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Who are the most reliable Dedicated/Node Provider
Who are the most reliable Dedicated/Node Providers? I mean there are the cheap ones like Wholesale Internet and Joe's DC but have they proven to be reliable as well? Please you guys if you could help me out that would be great
PS: Also the provider needs to be in America Preferably...
- Many Thanks,
Limestone networks ^_^
Awesome service, awesome servers, awesome staff
What more could you want?
You can pick only two of the following:
Fast Serv Networks, LLC | AS29889 | Fully Managed Cloud, Streaming, Dedicated Servers, Colo by-the-U
Since 2003 - Ashburn VA + San Diego CA Datacenters
veeblox can you please tell us what server specification you need and your budget, so we can recommend you something
Also advice you to check WHT offer section!
I've had good results with Hostway. They aren't the cheapest, but they also are the most expensive like Rackspace. Hostway's support is always extremely thorough and helpful.
Do check the offer and advertisement section for best deals and read the reviews in WHT before buying
I use Softlayer they are pretty good. Fast support and very fast servers and a incredible network.
I have had extremely reliable service from sago (sagonet.com). Good portal software and fast support (although I never need it).
In terms of network reliability, Voxel has basically been 100% for something like two years now (maybe more?). They get my highest recommendation no doubt
Hyperspin has a nice little section on historical uptime at various dedicated hosts:
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