Colocation recommendations US | Talk Web Hosting

Hello people,

I am currently setting up my 1U server for colocation. I am currently looking for a roommate provider with several sites in the United States. I have never colocated a server before and I want to know the whole process.

I just have to have an unmeasured connection because I'm going to host a lot of virtual machines and containers. I also need to have the ability to add new servers to additional locations as we grow up.

I've already reviewed ColoCrossing and Colocate America. Just curious to know your suggestions / horror stories so that I know who to avoid.

Thank you!

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Colocation Recommendation – Multiple Racks

Are you looking to commit to a certain amount of power or space to boot or do you just have 12 racks without power or anything?
Some companies could do it with at least some commitment, and it would seem that space in a cage is one of the best options.

However, no one will book it unless you have at least one type of commitment. For example, you want 12 pre-reserved racks and 2 to 5 currently powered racks.

Specific providers on the net you need?

Good colocation providers in Asia?

I am looking for good colocation providers in Asia.

"Good" means:

  • level III data center
  • offering remote hands, preferably 24/7 technicians on site
  • well connected with Asian ISPs and Internet exchanges
  • not to be cheap, but not to charge an arm and a leg

Bonus points are connected to China ISPs.

OneDatacenterAmerica: Colocation Promotions in Ontario California, starting from $ 79 / month | NewProxyLists

OneDatacenterAmerica operates its own facilities located in the heart of the Inland Empire. Being located near the long distance national fiber paths, we are well served by several carriers.

Our network is the only one locally offering direct connectivity to downtown Los Angeles, which means we have virtually access to accurate connectivity and consistent homogeneity like any downtown data center. . Our connectivity is upgradeable to several 10Gbps direct paths to Equinix and One Wilshire with the lowest latency. We also have other vendors who access our data center from multiple points of entry.

With experience in the design and implementation of large scale networks, OneDatacenterAmerica has created a network structure to support the large number of servers we host today and for future expansion. We have built a network for the future, designed so that it can evolve as needed. Using common best practices and vendor guidelines, the network has been designed to provide a high level of performance and availability while maintaining security.

The core of the network is designed for resilience and to eliminate any single point of failure. Having this level of redundancy reduces the need for maintenance, which is essential for providing 24/7 service.

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SINGLE SERVER COLOCATION OPTIONS

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Space: 1U Single Server Colocation

Power: 1A 120v

Public network port: 100 Mbps

Monthly bandwidth: 5,000 GB (5 TB)

IPv4 allocation: / 30 1 usable IP

Remote restart port: (1 time)

Term: 12 months

$ 79 / month, $ 0 installation fee

Tours and orders: (protected email)

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Space: 2U Single Server Colocation

Power: 1A 120v

Public network port: 100 Mbps

Monthly bandwidth: 10,000 GB (10 TB)

IPv4 allocation: / 30 1 usable IP

Remote restart port: (1 time)

Term: 12 months

$ 99 / Monthly, $ 0 Installation Fee

Tours and orders: (protected email)

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Space: Single Server Colocation 1U-4U

Power: 2A 120v

Public network port: 1000 Mbps (1 Gbps)

Monthly bandwidth: 10,000 GB (10 TB)

IPv4 allocation: / 30 1 usable IP

Remote restart port: (1 time)

Term:12 months

$ 159 / month, $ 0 installation fee

Tours and orders: (protected email)

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RACK COLOCATION OPTIONS

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Space: ¼ colocation (10U)

Power: 4A 208v usable Power A + B

Public network port: 100 Mbps

Monthly bandwidth: 30 Mbps

IPv4 allocation: / 29 5 usable IP addresses

Term: 12 months

$ 399 / month, $ 150 setup fee

Tours and orders: (protected email)

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Space: ½ Cabinet (20U) Roommate

Power: 8A 208v usable Power A + B

Public network port: 100 Mbps

Monthly bandwidth: 50 Mbps

IPv4 allocation: / 29 5 usable IP addresses

Term: 12 months

$ 749 / Monthly, $ 300 installation fee

Tours and orders: (protected email)

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Space: Full Cabinet Room (42U)

Power: 16A 208v usable Power A + B

Public network port: 1000 Mbps (1 Gbps)

Monthly bandwidth: 100 Mbps

IPv4 allocation: / 29 5 usable IP addresses

Term: 12 months

$ 1,100 / month, $ 600 installation fee

Tours and orders: (protected email)

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Do you have questions or want to know more about what we have to offer? Or would you like to have a ride with the team? Get in touch (protected email)

Looking for a company or shared customers, VPS, dedicated, or colocation!

We are looking for smaller companies / one-man looking to find a good home for the clients for whom they have worked hard. We will work with you on a transition plan that preserves the integrity of the brand throughout the transition!

You are looking for revenue brands from $ 500 to $ 20,000 / month.

We are very interested in SSD shared hosting clients. We have an installation environment and ready to transfer these.

Interested? Send us an email at acquisitions@stealthyhosting.com

Colocation Special Offer in New Jersey | Talk Web Hosting

NatcoWeb offers colocation services at Digital Realty's facilities in Clifton, NJ, located less than 30 minutes drive from Manhattan.
The data center is SSAE 16 Tier 3 certified with 6 on-site generators and guaranteed availability records.
To learn more about Natcoweb, please visit our website.

We are pleased to offer NJ roommate special offers for our loyal and potential customers – use our roommate services and get a server owner at the end of the contract period:

Option 1

1U rack space

2Amp / 110V
Dedicated port 1 Gbps
10 TB Traffic
1 IP address
Free installation
A one-year contract
Monthly: $ 75.00

A server with the following specifications: 2х E5-2630v3 | 32 GB | 2x 1 TB SATA | will be provided for this option.

ORDER NOW

Option 2

1U rack space

2Amp / 110V
Dedicated port 1 Gbps
20 TB Traffic
1 IP addresses
Free installation
Three-year contract
Monthly: $ 99.00

A server with the following specifications: 2х E5-2630v3 | 32 GB | 2x 1 TB SATA | will be provided for this option.

ORDER NOW

You can make a choice and order an associated server right here.
The number of available servers is limited!

NatcoWeb provides:

  • 1U – Colocation offers Full Rack
  • High Performance Tier-3 Data Center
  • Redundancy N + 1 – 2N
  • Professional technical support 24×7
  • Dedicated port 100Mbps / 1Gbps
  • BGP4 blend of premium bandwidth providers
  • Adjustable offers
  • Remote hands service
  • No hidden payment

ASK FOR A QUOTE WITH YOUR PARTICULAR NEEDS!

E-mail: sales@natcoweb.com
Skype: Natcoweb

Best regards!

VS Leasing Server Colocation + Bandwidth

Hello everyone. Looking for information about the expectations (or rather the experiences) of a roommate provider versus a company that just leases you servers (say about 10 servers). At least from the point of view of a reseller / wholesaler.

Reason to be, I see a lot of members renting servers, reselling and so on, but not necessarily taking advantage of colocation services and I would like to understand why.

I try so much more to understand the following.

Is co-location generally more expensive or has more hassle in terms of management, leading companies to rent servers (in bulk) and simply resell them?
Are co-location providers difficult to process?
In general, do you even worry about choosing your server by hand and shipping it to a colocation provider, or rather to choose from a list of available servers?
Having physical access to a data center, seeing your equipment first-hand is no longer needed to run a successful hosting company?

Thank you for your comments in advance.

Best Data Center for Colocation in Tampa FL?

Someone knows the best data centers in Tampa FL for colocation?

We are currently at CoreSite NY2 in the NYC / NJ area. Looking for a second … | Read the rest of http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=1767093&goto=newpost

Third private colocation: 14U

Hi.

I'm thinking of starting a hosting company with a few servers and a fairly modest network to start with because I do not have a lot of initial capital and everything will come out of my pocket.

I am planning to ride the following in Amsterdam, the Netherlands:

Flatsharing:

Third private rack: 14U

Average maximum consumption per rack:
(custom made) 2kW

Maximum amount of power connections: 1×16 Ampere

Free PDU model: 16Amp, 8 ports C13

PDU circuit breaker quantity: A 16 amp meter before the PDU itself

A premium customer panel to request assistance, visualize the use of real-time power, manage access cards, use storage tools , manage spare parts and manage all financial and support items.

Quantity of free monthly hands free on site (extra 30, – per remote hand): 3

Free installation rack-and-stack service. Send your material by FedEx / UPS / DHL to the data center and X engineers will add it for free to your rack space: Yes.

Access Cards 24/7: 2x

Free internal wiring to optional meeting rooms for internal carriers: 1x

Free internal wiring to the IP X Connectivity network: 2x

Free X Network included! (maximum one per user)
The amount depends on the total value of the contract: Basic Package

Free 10G SPEED-IX peering port (internal cabling to the meeting room included)

Rack infrastructure not shared in the cold corridor: yes

Electrical installation built and maintained according to NEN1010

Data Center Certification: ISO 9001, NEN 7510, ISO 27001

Duration of the contract: 1 to 5 years

It is clear to me that in 14U I can only place 8U …

Network:

1G Premium Package
Outbound bandwidth included: 1 Gbps (without counter) on a redundant uplink
Size of the uplink (s): 2x1G or 2x10G (redundant router connection)
64 ipv4 + / 48 IPv6

First option, place the switch in the middle of the rack:

14 -> X (free space 10%)
13 -> X (free space 10%)
12 -> X (free space 10%)
11 -> X (free space 10%)
10 -> X (free space 10%)
9 -> X (free space 10%)
8 -> Dell PowerConnect 2624 (Layer 2)
7 -> Srv06: 1 ampere
6 -> Srv05: 1 ampere
5 -> Srv04: 1 ampere
4 -> Srv03: 1 ampere
3 -> Srv02: 1 ampere
2 -> Srv01: 1 Amp
1 -> Power strip

The second option would be to place the switch at the bottom (second U) and raise the cables from bottom to top. In the first U, a socket:

14 -> X (free space 10%)
13 -> X (free space 10%)
12 -> X (free space 10%)
11 -> X (free space 10%)
10 -> X (free space 10%)
9 -> X (free space 10%)
8 -> Srv06: 1 ampere
7 -> Srv05: 1 ampere
6 -> Srv04: 1 ampere
5 -> Srv03: 1 ampere
4 -> Srv02: 1 ampere
3 -> Srv01: 1 Amp
2 -> Dell PowerConnect 2624 (Layer 2)
1 -> Power strip

The switch I prefer to put down, for a cooling problem.

Would I need to put something else inside the rack? A firewall? For starters, connectivity would be 1 Gbps and not 10 Gbps. If I see that the project starts to run well, I would commit a 10 Gbps package.

The duration of the contract is 1 to 5 years. I mean, could I be alone a year and if it's not good for me to leave?

The accommodation would be in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. If I come from Spain, can I buy the servers (Supermicro) from my country and send them by UPS or similar, or better buy them there? For example, at: thomas-krenn.com?

Can I keep spare servers in free space?

The servers will be: Intel Xeon E3-1230V6 and between 8 or 16 GB of RAM for 400 cPanel accounts. I calculate that they consume 1Amp.

I accept any suggestion / advice and thanks for everything.

Best regards.

Recommendations for Co-location in Western Canada

Hello everyone,

I need help with good recommendations. I am currently looking for a good data center to co-locate a half rack / full rack in western Canada. (Must be in Canada – Western Provinces) (Alberta or British Columbia preferred)

Thank you in advance for the recommendations.