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    india datacenter

    dedicated server
    any good low price
    datacenter in india.
    managed or unmanaged.

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    • BlaZeBlaZe Member, Provider

      Whats your budget? What kind of server do you require?

      ExoticVM.com - Find VPS in exotic locations! - Discussion Thread

    • teamaccteamacc Member
      edited May 2018

      I'd suggest you look at your own site then.

      Either you have the servers already and you're shilling for yourself here, or you're advertising something you have no idea how to source.

      Thanked by 1t0ny0

      I like my uptime down low and my servers all hacked. Can see me droppin' twenty-fours with a router in the rack.
      Ya like ya Switch-Ports hot and ya servers all hacked. If ya pings real high and ya networks pitch black.

    • @teamacc said:
      I'd suggest you look at your own site then.

      Either you have the servers already and you're shilling for yourself here, or you're advertising something you have no idea how to source.

      @teamacc seems to me his dedicated servers are not based in India as in India the bandwidth in his plans + DDoS Protection in India with those specs would be more than 1000$+ and are most probably OVH or similar. He is indeed finding some Dedicated Servers in India.

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    • VinnyletjeVinnyletje Member
      edited May 2018

      Enough spelling mistakes in this 1 picture to get a vision of this "company"

      edit: Can't even find where these servers are located in the first place

    • teamaccteamacc Member

      @Vinnyletje said:

      "Sir, do you want 4 or 8 ram?"

      I like my uptime down low and my servers all hacked. Can see me droppin' twenty-fours with a router in the rack.
      Ya like ya Switch-Ports hot and ya servers all hacked. If ya pings real high and ya networks pitch black.

    • VinnyletjeVinnyletje Member
      edited May 2018

      EDIT: nvm they're using blesta

      Can someone confirm they're using WHMCS? I'm not sure since I currently use providers who have in house panels. But if so they are using a nulled version from what I can see using the whmcs verification form.

    • it looks like they are reselling WSI or DS

    • @BlaZe said:
      Whats your budget?

      i already mention low budget, unmanged or managed.
      What kind of server do you require?
      datacenter in chennai,banglore,mumbai any prices rs2000-rs10000

    • @Ympker said:

      @teamacc said:

      @Vinnyletje said:

      "Sir, do you want 4 or 8 ram?"

      I want debian thx

      here i am not promotion our website you can contact our our sales team any verison will be available.

    • mhosting_in said: our sales team

      When schizophrenia hits.

      Thanked by 2kkrajk dahartigan

      Like.

    • can some one reply to my main question.
      in this post.

    • mhosting_in said: can some one reply to my main question. in this post.

      Sure, no problem.

      Like.

    • mhosting_in said: datacenter in chennai,banglore,mumbai

      Pune @leapswitch

      Thanked by 1leapswitch
    • leapswitchleapswitch Member, Provider

      @rahulks said:

      mhosting_in said: datacenter in chennai,banglore,mumbai

      Pune @leapswitch

      Thanks. We have Pune, Mumbai and New Delhi now.

      Leapswitch Networks - Affordable Managed and UnManaged VPS
      Pune, India - Asheville, USA - Porto, Portugal - Kiev, Ukraine - Madrid, Spain - Frankfurt, Germany

    • vyas11vyas11 Member
      edited January 10

      @leapswitch said:

      @rahulks said:

      mhosting_in said: datacenter in chennai,banglore,mumbai

      Pune @leapswitch

      Thanks. We have Pune, Mumbai and New Delhi now.

      Website shows only Pune still. I think reform hosting uses Leapswitch Mumbai... I get good speeds from Bengaluru

      < signed off >

    • leapswitchleapswitch Member, Provider

      @vyas11 said:

      @leapswitch said:

      @rahulks said:

      mhosting_in said: datacenter in chennai,banglore,mumbai

      Pune @leapswitch

      Thanks. We have Pune, Mumbai and New Delhi now.

      Website shows only Pune still. I think reform hosting uses Leapswitch Mumbai... I get good speeds from Bengaluru

      Yes, we are launching a new website with the new locations next week.

      Leapswitch Networks - Affordable Managed and UnManaged VPS
      Pune, India - Asheville, USA - Porto, Portugal - Kiev, Ukraine - Madrid, Spain - Frankfurt, Germany

    • @leapswitch said:

      @vyas11 said:

      @leapswitch said:

      @rahulks said:

      mhosting_in said: datacenter in chennai,banglore,mumbai

      Pune @leapswitch

      Thanks. We have Pune, Mumbai and New Delhi now.

      Website shows only Pune still. I think reform hosting uses Leapswitch Mumbai... I get good speeds from Bengaluru

      Yes, we are launching a new website with the new locations next week.

      I create this thread in 2018 you reply in 2020.

    • vyas11vyas11 Member
      edited January 10

      @mhosting_in said:

      @leapswitch said:

      @vyas11 said:

      @leapswitch said:

      @rahulks said:

      mhosting_in said: datacenter in chennai,banglore,mumbai

      Pune @leapswitch

      Thanks. We have Pune, Mumbai and New Delhi now.

      Website shows only Pune still. I think reform hosting uses Leapswitch Mumbai... I get good speeds from Bengaluru

      Yes, we are launching a new website with the new locations next week.

      I create this thread in 2018 you reply in 2020.

      Ever tried building a datacenter in India?
      That’s how long a greenfield DC will take to build.

      < signed off >

    • mhosting_inmhosting_in Member
      edited January 10

      @vyas11 said:

      @mhosting_in said:

      @leapswitch said:

      @vyas11 said:

      @leapswitch said:

      @rahulks said:

      mhosting_in said: datacenter in chennai,banglore,mumbai

      Pune @leapswitch

      Thanks. We have Pune, Mumbai and New Delhi now.

      Website shows only Pune still. I think reform hosting uses Leapswitch Mumbai... I get good speeds from Bengaluru

      Yes, we are launching a new website with the new locations next week.

      I create this thread in 2018 you reply in 2020.

      Ever tried building a datacenter in India?
      That’s how long a greenfield DC will take to build.

      nope, bandwidth are costly in India and people looking for cheap low budget hosting provider in India. so I am currently using the Singapore datacenter for shared hosting.

    • @rahulks said:

      mhosting_in said: datacenter in chennai,banglore,mumbai

      Pune @leapswitch
      @mhosting_in said:

      @leapswitch said:

      @vyas11 said:

      @leapswitch said:

      @rahulks said:

      mhosting_in said: datacenter in chennai,banglore,mumbai

      Pune @leapswitch

      Thanks. We have Pune, Mumbai and New Delhi now.

      Website shows only Pune still. I think reform hosting uses Leapswitch Mumbai... I get good speeds from Bengaluru

      Yes, we are launching a new website with the new locations next week.

      I create this thread in 2018 you reply in 2020.

      Lol

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    • leapswitchleapswitch Member, Provider

      @mhosting_in said:

      @leapswitch said:

      @vyas11 said:

      @leapswitch said:

      @rahulks said:

      mhosting_in said: datacenter in chennai,banglore,mumbai

      Pune @leapswitch

      Thanks. We have Pune, Mumbai and New Delhi now.

      Website shows only Pune still. I think reform hosting uses Leapswitch Mumbai... I get good speeds from Bengaluru

      Yes, we are launching a new website with the new locations next week.

      I create this thread in 2018 you reply in 2020.

      Sorry, we were tagged in the thread today. Didn't notice the thread date.

      Leapswitch Networks - Affordable Managed and UnManaged VPS
      Pune, India - Asheville, USA - Porto, Portugal - Kiev, Ukraine - Madrid, Spain - Frankfurt, Germany

    • Let me give you an idea about the costs in Bangalore. For 42U rack in one of the datacenters located in Bangalore (I spoke with 4 of them to be exact), you are looking at paying 60K or around $800 per month - that's just for the rack space and power. Then you have to get the bandwidth which is more challenging. A 100 Mbps line will cost you 7,00,000 INR or $10,000 per annum. You have to take 2 lines at least from two different providers to provide redundancy - that is $20,000 just for bandwidth.

      Every month you are looking at $800 + ($20,000/12) = $2500 per month

      Then you have to purchase hardware to colocate and you will only be able to co-locate approx. 20-30 servers in 42U rack.

      Apart from that, you have to purchase IPs for these servers and someone or a team of people to manage those servers.

      You can say, hey I don't want to do all of that and just purchase a dedicated server and resell that, but just remember that someone has to do all of that to provide you the dedicated server, so apart from these costs they will be adding their profit percentage.

      I am very bullish on getting servers in India because I will be closer to the second largest internet market in the world, but financially it just doesn't make sense (at least to me).

    • @Globepeer said:
      Let me give you an idea about the costs in Bangalore. For 42U rack in one of the datacenters located in Bangalore (I spoke with 4 of them to be exact), you are looking at paying 60K or around $800 per month - that's just for the rack space and power. Then you have to get the bandwidth which is more challenging. A 100 Mbps line will cost you 7,00,000 INR or $10,000 per annum. You have to take 2 lines at least from two different providers to provide redundancy - that is $20,000 just for bandwidth.

      Every month you are looking at $800 + ($20,000/12) = $2500 per month

      Then you have to purchase hardware to colocate and you will only be able to co-locate approx. 20-30 servers in 42U rack.

      Apart from that, you have to purchase IPs for these servers and someone or a team of people to manage those servers.

      You can say, hey I don't want to do all of that and just purchase a dedicated server and resell that, but just remember that someone has to do all of that to provide you the dedicated server, so apart from these costs they will be adding their profit percentage.

      I am very bullish on getting servers in India because I will be closer to the second largest internet market in the world, but financially it just doesn't make sense (at least to me).

      In India, JIO company has a good network they have 35crore+ customer base in the mobile sector and they are leading in the mobile broadband Sector but waiting for them they should provide a Dedicated server, colocation type server.

    • @mhosting_in said:
      In India, JIO company has a good network they have 35crore+ customer base in the mobile sector and they are leading in the mobile broadband Sector but waiting for them they should provide a Dedicated server, colocation type server.

      LOL! LOL! LOL!

      Anyway, if you want to use your own bandwidth in a COLO then you can try Tatacommunication

      Or just simply use bandwidth from your COLO providers. But it may cost you more..

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    • Someone said New Delhi??? @leapswitch Details and test IP pl0x.

    • leapswitchleapswitch Member, Provider

      @Diamondz said:
      Someone said New Delhi??? @leapswitch Details and test IP pl0x.

      Details sent.

      Leapswitch Networks - Affordable Managed and UnManaged VPS
      Pune, India - Asheville, USA - Porto, Portugal - Kiev, Ukraine - Madrid, Spain - Frankfurt, Germany

    • @leapswitch said:

      @Diamondz said:
      Someone said New Delhi??? @leapswitch Details and test IP pl0x.

      Details sent.

      Not for gaming :3

      ~_~

    • someshz said: Not for gaming

      You can run game servers on digitalocean's BLR location in India.

      Thanked by 1kkrajk
    • 1+ to Leapswitch, however you can also contact Netmagicsolutions, Web Werks and Rackbank also.

    • BlaZeBlaZe Member, Provider

      @rahulks said:

      someshz said: Not for gaming

      You can run game servers on digitalocean's BLR location in India.

      Yeah and one salty n00b h4x0r gamerboi gets kicked out of the server, the next thing you know, the server starts getting DDoS and thus your journey, hopes & dreams of hosting a game server in India will swim with the fishes...

      Thanked by 1t0ny0

      ExoticVM.com - Find VPS in exotic locations! - Discussion Thread

    • Running a gameserver in India on a tight budget is not a good idea, you will face a lot of issues with it as Blaze said, only reason you want to get an Indian server is due to a local website to get good load speeds, but most don't really care. Singapore gives a fairly good ping to India now just in case if anyone don't like the pings to US or EU servers.

    • @Diamondz said:
      Running a gameserver in India on a tight budget is not a good idea, you will face a lot of issues with it as Blaze said, only reason you want to get an Indian server is due to a local website to get good load speeds, but most don't really care. Singapore gives a fairly good ping to India now just in case if anyone don't like the pings to US or EU servers.

      germany ping is good as i test which is better than singapore

      Thanked by 1BlaZe
    • @mhosting_in said:

      @Diamondz said:
      Running a gameserver in India on a tight budget is not a good idea, you will face a lot of issues with it as Blaze said, only reason you want to get an Indian server is due to a local website to get good load speeds, but most don't really care. Singapore gives a fairly good ping to India now just in case if anyone don't like the pings to US or EU servers.

      germany ping is good as i test which is better than singapore

      Its depend upon service provider routing , otherwise singapore will be much better then germany

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    • @ManishPant said:

      @mhosting_in said:

      @Diamondz said:
      Running a gameserver in India on a tight budget is not a good idea, you will face a lot of issues with it as Blaze said, only reason you want to get an Indian server is due to a local website to get good load speeds, but most don't really care. Singapore gives a fairly good ping to India now just in case if anyone don't like the pings to US or EU servers.

      germany ping is good as i test which is better than singapore

      Its depend upon service provider routing , otherwise singapore will be much better then germany

      yes, most of the experts recommend Singapore Server for India Based visitors.

    • @rahulks said:

      mhosting_in said: datacenter in chennai,banglore,mumbai

      Pune @leapswitch

      they updated there website they are providing in three locations Delhi, Pune Mumbai.
      but they are costly. because most provider in India is costly in compares the USA, Europe servers.

    • leapswitchleapswitch Member, Provider

      @mhosting_in said:

      @rahulks said:

      mhosting_in said: datacenter in chennai,banglore,mumbai

      Pune @leapswitch

      they updated there website they are providing in three locations Delhi, Pune Mumbai.
      but they are costly. because most provider in India is costly in compares the USA, Europe servers.

      We have awesome volume and partner discounts. PM me and we will work something out.

      Leapswitch Networks - Affordable Managed and UnManaged VPS
      Pune, India - Asheville, USA - Porto, Portugal - Kiev, Ukraine - Madrid, Spain - Frankfurt, Germany

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