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  1. #1
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    Looking for more California hosting

    Hi guys, I'm looking for more VPSes to expand my business.

    I have existing hostings at Xcelservers, Zone.net, Steadcom, Linode, Bionhosting and Knownhost. I'm looking for more California hostings I wonder if there are any other recommendations?

    Looking for xo and pccw connections to support my Asian customers if possible.

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    Unmanaged - http://www.ubiquityservers.com/vps/los-angeles.php
    Managed - http://www.ubiquityhosting.com/web-h...aged-vps-plans

    Just curious how do Zone.net, Steadcom.com and KnownHost.com compare to each other?

  3. #3
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    All of them have very fast service and excellent ticket response.

    KnownHost is good however their network tends to spike a little at different times of the day so sometimes I get packetloss or high ping, shouldn't be a problem if people just want to host websites on them. Zone.net has been very good and stable and excellent support / service along with good network coverage.

    I'm barely 1 month with Steadcom so I can't comment much on them but everything is good so far.



    Quote Originally Posted by RossMAN View Post
    Unmanaged - http://www.ubiquityservers.com/vps/los-angeles.php
    Managed - http://www.ubiquityhosting.com/web-h...aged-vps-plans

    Just curious how do Zone.net, Steadcom.com and KnownHost.com compare to each other?

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    Thank you for the mini-reviews.

    Since you have experience with at least 6 VPS providers, maybe one day you can write a few reviews? I'm sure it would greatly benefit other WHT community.

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    Yeah I can however everyone has different needs.

    Mine are more of:
    1) Network speed and latency.
    2) Support quality.

  6. #6
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    Zangar,

    It sounds like your using our old California DC in San Jose. We sent an annoucement and have recently moved to a new DC which is 10x better in Los Angeles. You may want to make the move like many have already done. Just wanted to mention that.

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    1). Great Customer Service.
    2). Fast Servers.
    3). Great Network.
    You'll want KnownHost.com for California hosting.
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    What are your spec needs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NOCKody View Post
    1). Great Customer Service.
    2). Fast Servers.
    3). Great Network.
    You'll want KnownHost.com for California hosting.
    but they already have a KnownHost VPS

    Quote Originally Posted by Zangar View Post
    Hi guys, I'm looking for more VPSes to expand my business.

    I have existing hostings at Xcelservers, Zone.net, Steadcom, Linode, Bionhosting and Knownhost. I'm looking for more California hostings I wonder if there are any other recommendations?

    Looking for xo and pccw connections to support my Asian customers if possible.

  10. #10
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    iHubNet Ltd - Premium Hosting Solutions 4 ALL
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    I use ubiquity in seattle and they were okay. I was thinking about grabbing a vps from these guys: http://www.quantact.com/

  12. #12
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    For Asian customers, why not limit you in CA? I found Seattle area has great connections too

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    Learn Japanese and put your own server in Tokyo!!! and eat some sushi on the wayy!

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    Did you ever find a provider?
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    I do already have existing providers, I'm just asking for more options as there is room for expansion pretty soonish. I'm looking CA providers as I have a lot of users from around the world and it seems CA gives the most centralized hosting for everyone of my clients although they are still mainly from SEA.

  16. #16
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    Hmm what have you got to offer? I sometime low-mid tier would be nice. Do you have a test ip for CA I can test?

    Quote Originally Posted by carlostabs View Post
    What are your spec needs?

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    you mentioned ubiquity...they have one of the best west coast providers, and great support. you should check them out again.

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