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    Recommendations LA Colocation and Remote Reboot PDU

    Does anyone have any recommendations for colocation providers in the LA area or recommendations for a PDU that has remote reboot capabilities (small budget, nonprofit organization)? We have a total of 9 servers. Thank you for any input you can provide.
    Last edited by jjtoday; 10-26-2009 at 10:52 PM.

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    Pacific Rack / WebNX / Ubiquity Servers get my votes.

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    As far as remote reboot PDUs go our clients have been pretty happy with the Tripp-Lite ones. Most recently we've had a lot of these come in and I've been pretty impressed...

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    PacificRack is the major leading provider for LA. Or oc3networks.com but They are the same company and PR can give you a better deal.
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    PacificRack/Oc3networks for sure, WebNX is awesome too but not sure if they still do colo or not (long long time didn't see any colo offers).
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    Thank you all for your replies. I will definitely take a look everything that was mentioned.

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    For a PDU, go with an APC 7930 for sure. You can generally get them for around $550 a pop and they work flawlessly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jjtoday View Post
    Does anyone have any recommendations for colocation providers in the LA area or recommendations for a PDU that has remote reboot capabilities (small budget, nonprofit organization)? We have a total of 9 servers. Thank you for any input you can provide.
    The Baytech RPC 90 will be the best bang for your buck. You can find them for around $500 bucks and they are IP capable to juggle power on any port! (Much cheaper than the APC models normally)

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    I especially like the Tripplite I posted for smaller installs and machines that aren't dual PSU because of its auto switching A/B power. If you're going to have A/B available but can't utilize because your machines are only single power supply then it's quite nice.

    The only drawback is you need to access the setup through serial within something like 30 seconds of power up on the PDU. If you don't you have to unplug and go again.
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