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    A list of most known data centers

    I need a list of the top 30 data centers.

    Please help.

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    Google is your friend.

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    Which would probably lead him to WHT.

    Do a search on on these forums.
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    "Top" in what?
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    what country?
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    Thanks people. I'm looking for the most known and used by people:

    The Planet
    SoftLayer
    Layered Tech
    Gnax
    Rackspace

    etc...

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    Those aren't data centers, those are dedicated server providers.
    478east
    High Bandwidth Servers
    Custom Hosting Solutions

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    Datacenters, or dedicated hosting providers?

    Datacenters very often house multiple providers. If you are looking for Colocation, Datacenters would be what you are looking, but if you are looking for somewhere to lease a dedicated server, then dedicated hosting providers would be what you are looking for.
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    More data centers

    Hivelocity
    Liquid web and many more

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    Sorry, I meant dedicated hosting providers

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    LiquidWeb is probably the richest and the best, because they own 2 datacenters (not rent like 99.999% of hosts) and have amazing support.

    They probably make 600-700 million a year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shikhir A View Post
    LiquidWeb is probably the richest and the best, because they own 2 datacenters (not rent like 99.999% of hosts) and have amazing support.

    They probably make 600-700 million a year.
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    Why don't you do some research << removed >>:
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    Oh, maybe I was going a bit exaggerated.

    Sorry about that. Nice Site There though

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    Quote Originally Posted by daejuanj View Post
    << removed >>

    Why don't you do some research << removed >>:
    http://www.inc.com/inc5000/2007/comp...l?id=200706770
    Shhhhh. I was having a good laugh.

    I know inflation is bad but $600-$700M/year revenues?

    Peer1, The Planet/EV1, Softlayer, and LiquidWeb combined don't do a quarter of that business.

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    Okay, maybe I made a mistake. Everyone's human. Also, I meant GROSS not Revenue. And he did say some rude things that were <<removed>>.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shikhir A View Post
    Okay, maybe I made a mistake. Everyone's human. Also, I meant GROSS not Revenue. And he did say some rude things that were <<removed>>.
    Sorry man I was just ribbing you. Try not to take it personal.

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    ThePlanet is pretty big . Why do you need a top list like this? The biggest aren't always the best.

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    Yes I'd have to 100% agree. For example, JagPC and BurstNET have quite a few 'varied' reviews throughout WHT. Although LiquidWeb is big, it's good. Some other ones I'd highly recommend looking into are WiredTree and SteadCom. Both 100% in quality and customer service.

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    try going onto this site, has a fairly large list

    http://datacentres.org/MainPage.ashx

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    Rackspace doesn't do colo mate.
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