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    Brazil Dedicated Servers?

    Hello,

    I'm looking for some Brazil dedicated servers. The lowest specs follow.

    CPU: Dual Core (no atom cores)

    Ram: 1GB (2 would be nice)

    HDD: 80GB

    Network: 500GB Bandwidth. (running gameservers)

    City: São Paulo

    Price: $300R ($165USD~) (probly low but can i get somthing around there)

    if you know of any places please leave me a link to check out.
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    did you check hostdime [dot] com [dot] br/servicos/dedicado/

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    You budget is too low for what you are seeking.

    hostdime brazil donīt offer local servers. The low you can find is that:

    • DELL R200
    • Xeon Dual Core
      2.33 Ghz
    • 2 GB
    • 2x 250 GB
    • 4 Mbps

    R$650 (about ~$325) on uolhost.com.br

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    I think there aren't Brazilian dedicated servers costing less than $250 US. If VPS is an option take a look at Maxihost ($70+ US/month).
    You will only find out how good a provider is when the going gets tough

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    Dedicated server in Brazil

    Greetings.

    We do have dedicated servers in Brazil. We have started to offer our services at the BR NOC within our existing base clients, from different countries who wanted to host some servers in Brazil. We are located in the most eastern point of americas, with good connectivity to all Brazil. Please let us know what is your specific need and I am sure we will find you the best solution.

    Filipe Mendes
    www.hostdime.com/international
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    Quote Originally Posted by HostDime View Post
    Greetings.

    We do have dedicated servers in Brazil. We have started to offer our services at the BR NOC within our existing base clients, from different countries who wanted to host some servers in Brazil. We are located in the most eastern point of americas, with good connectivity to all Brazil. Please let us know what is your specific need and I am sure we will find you the best solution.
    This is new for me
    HostDime always have excelent quality!
    If you canīt go with hostdime you can get servers from US / Miami this is the nearest connection to brazil.

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    abraaocaldas thanks for comment and trust. Obrigado!

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    Does it have to be hosted in Brazil only? Brazil servers are quite expensive...Theplanet has direct connection/peer to Telefonica and that's a huge plus.

    Hence,Embratel uses international 20Gb links so I don't think you will get direct peering un-less you get in NAP-Miami.

    Also I know hivelocity and sagonetworks are in Florida but they don't peer with any of S. America telecom.

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    Telefonica (SP) -> The Planet = 140ms (dc/dc); 170ms+ (Speedy 4Mbps/dc)

    Telefonica (SP) -> Intelig or UOL = 1ms (dc/dc); 30ms (Speedy 4Mbps/dc)

    Depending on your application/architecture it makes a huge difference a server hosted in Brazil.
    Last edited by dotHostel; 08-10-2009 at 02:34 PM.
    You will only find out how good a provider is when the going gets tough

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    Quote Originally Posted by dotHostel View Post
    Telefonica (SP) -> The Planet = 140ms (dc/dc); 170ms+ (Speedy 4Mbps/dc)

    Telefonica (SP) -> Intelig or UOL = 1ms (dc/dc); 30ms (Speedy 4Mbps/dc)

    Depending on your application/architecture it makes a huge difference a server hosted in Brazil.
    There is definitely a big difference especially when it comes to games servers as the OP said he would use the server for.

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    definitely be sure to review whoever you go with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dotHostel View Post
    Telefonica (SP) -> The Planet = 140ms (dc/dc); 170ms+ (Speedy 4Mbps/dc)

    Telefonica (SP) -> Intelig or UOL = 1ms (dc/dc); 30ms (Speedy 4Mbps/dc)

    Depending on your application/architecture it makes a huge difference a server hosted in Brazil.
    I heard uol dc does not swap failed hardware on weekends, don't know if that's true....

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    That would probably be something you would need to pay for yes.. as with a lot of hosting companies..

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    Quote Originally Posted by HostDime View Post
    There is definitely a big difference especially when it comes to games servers as the OP said he would use the server for.
    well the real question is. are the servers in the USA or Brazil. cause im confused by the previous post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PresidentialServers View Post
    well the real question is. are the servers in the USA or Brazil. cause im confused by the previous post.
    We have servers in London, UK - Haifi, Israel - Joa Pesso, Brasil - Monterry, Mexico - Orlando, USA
    india coming soon and Asia

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