FREE Setup on KVM
For a limited time, have a brand new Lantronix Spider KVM installed on your server for FREE, and you'll have complete remote access capabilities to manage your server from the beach or your backyard for only $30/mo ... This promotion is an incredible value for you because it saves you the normal $100 setup immediately, and it is much more attractive to us than bringing all that sand into the data centers.
Prices Slashed on Dedicated Backup Servers with R1Soft's CDP
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A Server Free For All ALL new server orders are eligible for a package of free add-ons:
2 Free SSL Certificates
Free 2GB DiskSync Backup
All servers over $200/mo are also eligible for an upgrade to 10 GB of Free DiskSync and a Free Control Panel from cPanel, Plesk, Ensim or Helm!
Nice prices and wicked tag line good luck in the future
Originally Posted by clickelement
If I order the "Tomorrow's Technology Today" $50 Savings, do I still get the "A Server Free For All" Free setup, 2 Free SSL, and Free 2GB Backup?
The promotions are mutually exclusive, so the best value for you would be based on each promotion's overall long-term cost savings for you. If you needed all of the "Free For All" freebies, you'd be saving around $30 per year (~$2.50/mo) on Rapid SSL certs, $25/mo on the highest eligible monthly cost for a control panel, $25 one-time (broken out to $2.09/mo over a year), and $10/mo on DiskSync backup.
Overall, the Free For All Promotion would save you an average of $39.59/mo over the course of a year, so the $50 savings on the Kentsfield processor would be a better promotion to take advantage of if you need a Kentsfield with 2 SSL certs, a control panel, and Disk Sync.
Please let me know if you have any questions or if you'd like any more information.
Currently, we have six data centers: two in Houston, TX, and four in Dallas, TX. We're always looking at opportunities to expand into other geographic regions (and countries), but we do not have any concrete plans for a location outside of the US in the near term ... This centralization in Texas enables us to concentrate our 120+ Gbps network connectivity to maximize the bandwidth available to each of our data centers.
Ok what about the amount of IP's that come with the servers and how much any other IP address would be if bought?
10 IP addresses are included in a standard order, and you have the option of upgrading to 26 for $16 ($1 per additional IP) or to 58 for $32 (~$0.67 per additional IP). If you are looking for more than 58 IP addresses, you can speak with a sales rep to get a quote on those volume needs. I can put you in touch with someone to get you the best deal if you'd like... Just let me know.
I assume this Intel Xeon 3210 Quad Core Kentsfield Processor is better than a Dual XEON, right?
In terms of overall processing power, yes. The Kentsfield is a quad core processor, whereas a Dual Xeon includes two single core processor, so there are twice the number of processor cores. Also the Kentsfield has a larger cache (two 4 MB L2 caches vs. 512 KiB or 1024 KiB) and faster front side bus (1066 MT/s vs 533 MT/s or 800 MT/s).
1) Why is the SCSI version $50 dearer (especially when it does not include a free Network backup, as the sata one does (Network Backup: 40GB - Mo. Fee/Setup Fee: ($0.00/$0.00))
2) Again on the SCSI version, if we go for a large HDD, why is no credit given for not having the orginal HDD if one chooses the HDD: 146GB, 15K RPM SCSI/SAS Hard Drive - Mo. Fee/Setup Fee: ($40.00/$0.00) - it is the same price as the 300GB 10K RPM drive (which is $60 a month cheaper than having this as a second drive)
Finally - which is better?
OS: Redhat Enterprise Linux - x64, Version 4
OS: Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Version 5
OS: Red Hat Enterprise Linux - x86_64, Version 5
We will be running one site (3GB BW/PM) on this server with offers being pulled from a MySQL database.