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NodeDeploy US Location Closures
Just got this about ten minutes ago:
Dear Tony It is with great regret NodeDeploy is announcing it's USA presence closure, we have been monitoring the demand for services in the United States for a while and the demand is rapidly decreasing. The demand for our US based locations does not meet the required levels to ensure that we can continue to expand our network and presence. We mantain and operate our own switching and network equipment in our EU Locations, aswell as wholly owned hardware. This allows us to provide 99.99% network uptime and unparalled performance. Our US locations are a bit different, we do not own the hardware, nor the equipment therefore our options for expansion are severly limited. Phoenix and Atlanta based servers will have until the end of August to request a migration or backup data. The servers will be powered down and relinqusihed on September 1st so be sure to file a ticket for IMMEDIATE migration to Germany, we have enough space to accomodate every machine 5 times over. Los Angeles based virtual machines will have **TWO** weeks to either request migration or backup data. Our KVM plans in germany come with 50GB sata instead of 20GB SAS. Any other questions please do not hesistate to contact us. Yours, NodeDeploy
A fair bit depressing to see them stick to the EU; I have servers with them in PHX and ATL.
"We are in a prison drama. This is like The Shawshank Redemption, only with more tunneling through shit and no fucking redemption."
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