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    Providers - post your colo offers here, no limits

    williewillie Member
    edited May 2018 in Offers

    Based on discussion in this thread:

    https://www.lowendtalk.com/discussion/144128/colo-offers-do-you-want-to-see-them-here

    Providers please feel free to post colo offers in this thread. No price limits but provider tag is required. Let's see what happens: we can always make changes if it seems like that will help.

    This thread is set (for now) to NOT automatically sink.

    Admin edit: this will be more heavily moderated than regular threads.

    • BASIC Common sense.

    If you find an offer in this thread and it is not a company you are pretty familiar with (and even in some cases even if you are).

    1) Make sure you validate the company is real, it is easy to find public business registrations etc online.

    2) Ask if they are just leasing rack space or if they own their own DC/equipment (and verify this with their upstream if required.

    3) Always insure your server unless you are fully prepared for it to go missing and or get damaged.

    4) Make sure there is a contract in place.

    5) Make 110% sure that whoever you chose confirms receipt of the server in writing.

    6) Do not do your negotiations or any follow up over skype or similar

    7) If a deal is to good to be true, it probably is.

    8) Do not expect the DC/Host to just store your server box for you for the life of your contract, arrange to have it collected/returned if the package is important to the safe return of your equipment.

    9) Make sure you know all the costs up front, additional power charges may apply and remote hands can get very expensive.

    There are outright con/scam artists/criminals on LET just waiting to take advantage of you, we have no powers of enforcement if you get burned by them, do not take colo from anyone here that does not have a provider tag already.

    If you take a colo offer from LET and get burned and any of the above basic common sense advice was not followed and you want to make a complaint about a company and your post or subsequent replies contain the words "I know but" or similar you can be pretty sure, you are at least in part to blame.

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    Comments

    • lionlion Member
      edited May 2018

      Some providers I've collected before:

      https://www.master.cz/

      https://rackforest.hu/

      https://www.coolhousing.net/

      https://AlphaVPS.bg with "100W 1U for 35EUR with 1Gbit/s port with 5TB BW included in Bulgaria" (@AlexBarakov elaborate maybe?)

    • AITHostingAITHosting Member, Provider

      Cool,

      I am really proud to present our Data Center.

      93,000 sq. ft. Facility

      24/7 Physical Security

      Video Surveillance

      Exceeds ASHRAE Standards

      99.999% power uptime and network availability

      and much more ^_^

      Feel free to check AIT collocation terms on the website (please contact sales to discuss prices).

      Feel free to DM me if you have any questions (I cannot estimate the cost for your business but I can get a sales rep to contact you).

    • @Xenia said:
      Cool,

      I am really proud to present our Data Center.

      93,000 sq. ft. Facility

      24/7 Physical Security

      Video Surveillance

      Exceeds ASHRAE Standards

      99.999% power uptime and network availability

      and much more ^_^

      Feel free to check AIT collocation terms on the website (please contact sales to discuss prices).

      Feel free to DM me if you have any questions (I cannot estimate the cost for your business but I can get a sales rep to contact you).

      No pricing even in your link

    • AITHostingAITHosting Member, Provider

      @robohost said:
      No pricing even in your link

      Please contact sales at https://www.ait.com/company/contact/ to discuss pricing for your situation. Or DM me your contact info and I'll ask a sales rep to contact you.

    • lurchlurch Member
      edited May 2018

      I'm after pi/nuc Colo in europe

      Thanked by 1Janevski
    • pikepike Member
      edited May 2018

      @lurch said:
      I'm after pi/nuc Colo in europe

      https://prq.se/?p=rpi Sweden

      https://www.edis.at/!trash/colocation1/austria/raspberrypi/ Austria

      https://fusa.is/en/bestel/product/1373#ORDER Belgium

      Admin edit: this will be more heavily moderated than regular threads.

      #colodicks

      Thanked by 2Janevski BBTN

      Recommended virtual servers: PHP-Friends vServer | Hetzner Cloud | r.i.p share-online

    • FalzoFalzo Member

      @lurch said:
      I'm after pi/nuc Colo in europe

      https://www.nbiserv.de/de/shop/housing (also tower / 1HE quite cheap)

      and has also an even cheaper offer that includes the Pi itself - https://www.nbiserv.de/de/shop/boerse/server

      most recommended Provider: First-Root KVM Power-Edition /w SSD
      UltraVPS.eu KVM in US/UK/NL/DE: 15% off first 6 month | Netcup VPS/rootDS - 5€ off: 36nc15279180197 (ref)

    • corbpiecorbpie Member

      Who is gonna have their kit dissapear first?

      Thanked by 2hostdare jetchirag

      grape

    • fkjfkj Member

      @Xenia said:

      @robohost said:
      No pricing even in your link

      Please contact sales at https://www.ait.com/company/contact/ to discuss pricing for your situation. Or DM me your contact info and I'll ask a sales rep to contact you.

      I believe the point of this thread is to decide a price limit for future threads.

    • AnthonySmithAnthonySmith Top Provider

      corbpie said: Who is gonna have their kit dissapear first?

      Only idiots that do not do basic due diligence, we cant defend stupid from stupid.

    • CConnerCConner Member, Provider

      @Xenia said:
      Cool,

      I am really proud to present our Data Center.

      93,000 sq. ft. Facility

      24/7 Physical Security

      Video Surveillance

      Exceeds ASHRAE Standards

      99.999% power uptime and network availability

      and much more ^_^

      Feel free to check AIT collocation terms on the website (please contact sales to discuss prices).

      Feel free to DM me if you have any questions (I cannot estimate the cost for your business but I can get a sales rep to contact you).

      Probably so that you can charge larger customers 10x as much as normal.

    • deankdeank Member
      edited May 2018

      Sanity colocation @ LET.

      $6 per mo.

      $66 annually.

      $666 for life time.

      If you can't make your point within 5 lines of words, you have an optimization issue.

    • RizRiz Member

      @Xenia said:

      @robohost said:
      No pricing even in your link

      Please contact sales at https://www.ait.com/company/contact/ to discuss pricing for your situation. Or DM me your contact info and I'll ask a sales rep to contact you.

      This isn't the spirit of LET. Post your damn pricing structure or get out.

      Thanked by 1albuck
    • @deank said:
      Sanity colocation @ LET.

      $6 per mo.

      $66 annually.

      $666 for life time.

      100tbps unmetered location: hell

    • aglodekaglodek Member
      edited May 2018

      @Riz said:

      @Xenia said:
      Please contact sales at https://www.ait.com/company/contact/ to discuss pricing for your situation. Or DM me your contact info and I'll ask a sales rep to contact you.

      This isn't the spirit of LET. Post your damn pricing structure or get out.

      @willie said:

      >

      Providers please feel free to post colo offers in this thread. No price limits but provider tag is required. Let's see what happens: we can always make changes if it seems like that will help.

      No price limits, okay, but maybe add a rule that a post must include pricing, what's included and location..?

      Andrew Glodek | Special Projects Director | 香港國際商務中心 HONG KONG INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS CENTRE
    • AITHostingAITHosting Member, Provider

      Cool, I am popular now.

      @fkj @CConner @Riz @aglodek

      Colocation can range wide in terms of the client requirements. We mostly specialize in managed services so we don't have strict colocation pricing. We usually will price match our competition depending on your colocation requirements. Our managed dedicated servers are $82 per month and colocation space typically comes in cheaper than this per 1U. Send us your specific requirements and we can get you a quote for a flat monthly rate with no hidden fees.

      I posted the offer since that how I interpreted 'no price limits'. If I misunderstood, I apologize.

      Thanked by 2Aidan Clouvider
    • spectraipspectraip Member, Provider

      We can offer colocation in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

      1U package

      • 1U rackspace
      • 0.115 kW (115W) power usage included (0.5 Amp @ 230V)
      • 100 Mbit uplink (1 Gbit upgrade 5.00 EUR / month)
      • 5 TB usable bandwidth
      • 1 IPv4 address
      • IPv6 /48 prefix
      • Datacenter access
      • Remote hands available

      Price per month only 20.00 EUR


      2U package

      • 2U rackspace
      • 0.23 kW (230W) power usage included (1.0 Amp @ 230V)
      • 100 Mbit uplink (1 Gbit upgrade 5.00 EUR / month)
      • 5 TB usable bandwidth
      • 1 IPv4 address
      • IPv6 /48 prefix
      • Datacenter access
      • Remote hands available

      Price per month only 39.00 EUR

      Orders can be placed by email.

      SpectraIP B.V.

      Stationsstraat 7, 8601 GB Sneek, NL

      Email: sales[at]spectraip.net

      Thanked by 3dosai BBTN AndrewSSD
    • aglodekaglodek Member
      edited May 2018

      @spectraip said:
      We can offer colocation in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

      What's remote hands cost?

      What datacenter is this at?

      What uplink providers/mix?

      Is BGP session/peering available?

      Andrew Glodek | Special Projects Director | 香港國際商務中心 HONG KONG INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS CENTRE
    • NeoonNeoon Member
      edited May 2018

      A total disaster, one provider did put up an offer, but its without VAT + no idea what hands on severy costs, no idea what network he is on, wonderfull.

      My expectations have been fulfilled.

      Thanked by 1softxnews
    • aglodekaglodek Member

      @Neoon said:
      A total disaster, one provider did put up an offer, but its without VAT + no idea what hands on severy costs, no idea what network he is on, wonderfull...

      Agreed! But it's very early on in the game, so to speak... new thread... growing pains... ask questions, give it a little time ;)

      Andrew Glodek | Special Projects Director | 香港國際商務中心 HONG KONG INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS CENTRE
    • softxnewssoftxnews Member
      edited May 2018

      @Neoon said:
      A total disaster, one provider did put up an offer, but its without VAT + no idea what hands on severy costs, no idea what network he is on, wonderfull.

      My expectations have been fulfilled.

      Maybe a template should be added. Just a suggestion:
      Rack units:
      Power included/cost:
      Connection:
      Traffic included:
      Overage Traffic pricing per TB:
      Remote hands per 30min:
      AS used:
      DC location:
      Price per month:
      Setup cost:

    • AnthonySmithAnthonySmith Top Provider
      edited May 2018

      Neoon said: A total disaster, one provider did put up an offer, but its without VAT + no idea what hands on severy costs, no idea what network he is on, wonderfull.

      really... "a total disaster", life must be very hard for you with your extreme binary thinking.

      Thanked by 3hawc beagle mikho
    • deankdeank Member

      @Neoon said:
      A total disaster, one provider did put up an offer, but its without VAT + no idea what hands on severy costs, no idea what network he is on, wonderfull.

      The end is nigh.

      If you can't make your point within 5 lines of words, you have an optimization issue.

    • NeoonNeoon Member

      @AnthonySmith said:

      Neoon said: A total disaster, one provider did put up an offer, but its without VAT + no idea what hands on severy costs, no idea what network he is on, wonderfull.

      really... "a total disaster", life must be very hard for you with your extreme binary thinking.

      Everything is a total disaster.

    • RizRiz Member

      This is Agile guys, get with it.

    • williewillie Member
      edited May 2018

      aglodek said:

      No price limits, okay, but maybe add a rule that a post must include pricing, what's included and location..?

      Yes I agree with this. An offer should have enough info for a prospective customer to make a purchase decision and potentially click "buy" without having to ask further questions of the host. Below is my personal proposal (will leave it to Anthony to decide what parts of it should become official, if any).

      An offer should include:

      • Amount of rack space, power, port speed, transit cap, IP addresses, etc.
      • Location of data center including the street address (not just the city or region--people are supposed to bring their own gear so they have to be able to figure out transportation options)
      • Whether the customer has physical access to their servers, and hours of accessibility, on a per-offer basis. E.g. I know of a provider that allows 24/7 physical access to 1/4 cabinet colo and larger (I guess the 1/4 cabs are locked) but single slot boxes must be brought to the front desk during business hours. If that's your situation then please say so.
      • Price: we decided not to put an upper price limit in this thread, but LET is still a budget-focused forum, so there has to be an actual number that people can see and compare. Remote hands charges should also be stated.
      • An order link (should this be considered controversial? If it's really an offer then people should be able to buy it by clicking a link, without having to enter a back-and-forth)

      Providers who sell colo services (regardless of terms) are welcome to note this fact in their blurb in the upcoming provider directory, and members wishing to do so can then contact the providers privately to discuss details. But anything posted as an offer in an offer thread should be an actual offer including specs and price.

    • I have no connection to this companies, but they offer colocation services in Germany:

      Contabo 1U  
      Rack Space: 1U  
      Power: 19.99€/100W/m  
      Port Speed: 100Mbps  
      Transit cap: -  
      IPs: 1x IPv4; /64 IPv6  
      Datacenter: Grünberger Str. 27, 90475 Nürnberg, Germany OR Aschauer Str. 32a, 81549 München, Germany  
      Remote Hands Pricing: 25€/15 Min  
      
      https://bgp.he.net/AS51167  
      
      37,97€/m with 100W included
      https://contabo.com/?show=configurator&colocation_id=14&type=h  
      

      active-servers.com 1U  
      Rack Space: 1U  
      Power: 200W included; +100W 15€/m  
      Port Speed: 100Mbps; 100Mbps + 1Gbit + 4€  
      Transit cap: 1TB; 9€/TB  
      IPs: 1x IPv4; +1 IPv4 + 3€/m   
      Datacenter: Interwerk Rechenzentrum, Dieselstraße 37, 60314 Frankfurt/Main, Germany  
      Remote Hands Pricing: https://www.active-servers.com/housingserver_upgrades.php  
      
      https://bgp.he.net/AS197071  
      
      19,90€ Setup, 29,90€/m  
      https://active-servers.com/housingserver_einzelplatzhousing_details.php?c=r&p=1  
      
      Thanked by 2vovler BBTN
    • cociucociu Member, Provider
      edited May 2018


      1U rackspace (up to 42 u/rack)

      1gbps port speed

      10 TB usable bandwidth

      1 IPv4 address

      Datacenter access

      Remote hands available

      Price 30.00 EUR/month (for bulk please contact me)

      power cost 0.08 eur/kwh

      Located in Romania

      Fisical security 24/24 +soft


      Aiditional service :


      BGP

      second power source

      up to 10gbps dedicated line (we running a promo right now and the price for 1gbps is ONLY 150 EUR/MO

      Webcam stream for your entirely rack (this option only if you buy a 42u)

      Thanked by 2pike dosai
    • aaraya1516aaraya1516 Member
      edited May 2018

      I've been happy with a special I got from @CenTexHosting about a year ago. I have two colo machines with them and I've had HDD maintenance to the machines without much issue. Aff Link | Non-Aff Link

    • deank said: $666 for life time.

      The end is nigh.

      Thanked by 1deank
    • Rob_TRob_T Member, Provider

      Fiberhub has been offering colocation services in Las Vegas and Seattle since 2010.

      Single Server Colo

      Rack Space for a 1U or 2U Server

      Las Vegas Location Only
      2Amps 120V Power w/ remote reboot
      25TB Fiberhub Gold Bandwidth
      100Gbps DDoS protection Included
      5 IP Addresses (/29)
      $79 Per Month - $0 setup
      Upgrade to 1Gbps Unmetered for only $50 more

      Full Cabinet + Gig-E Unmetered:

      42U Private Locking Colo Cabinet

      Las Vegas or Seattle Location
      20A / 120V Power Circuit (16 Amps / 2kW usable)
      1000Mbps Unmetered Fiberhub Gold Bandwidth
      100Gbps DDoS protection Available
      Up to 32 IP’s (/27) included at no additional cost
      12 Month Term: $849 per month + $0 setup / install
      24 Month Term: $749 per month + $0 setup / install
      36 Month Term: $699 per month + $0 setup / install

      1/2 Cabinet + 100Mbps Unmetered:

      21U Private Locking 1/2 Cabinet

      Las Vegas Location Only
      15A / 120V Power Circuit (12 Amps / 1.5kW usable)
      100Mbps Unmetered Fiberhub Gold Bandwidth
      100Gbps DDoS protection Available
      Up to 32 IP’s (/27) included at no additional cost
      12 Month Term: $499 per month + $0 setup / install
      24 Month Term: $479 per month + $0 setup / install
      36 Month Term: $449 per month + $0 setup / install

      1/4 Cabinet + 100Mbps Unmetered:

      10U Private Locking 1/4 Cabinet

      Las Vegas Location Only
      10A / 120V Power Circuit (8 Amps / 1kW usable)
      100Mbps Unmetered Fiberhub Gold Bandwidth
      100Gbps DDoS protection Available
      Up to 32 IP’s (/27) included at no additional cost
      12 Month Term: $349 per month + $0 setup / install
      24 Month Term: $329 per month + $0 setup / install
      36 Month Term: $299 per month + $0 setup / install

      Shoot us an email to [email protected] if you have any questions.

      Thanked by 1Francisco

      Rob Tyree
      Purveyor of fine Colocation, Dedicated Servers, and VPS Hosting Services
      Fiberhub - Versaweb - UltraVPS

    • PhotonVPSPhotonVPS Member, Provider

      Lady and Gents,

      Psychz Networks - www.psychz.net - Dedicated Servers, Colocation, DDoS Mitigation, Cloud Services, Global Networks

      Many of you may know us, very very few do not know us and so we’ll get straight to the meat of the post, PRICING!

      Very Special & Exclusive to LET members:

      Dallas, Texas

      Single Device — $59/Month
      Up to 4RU Rack Space Colocation
      2A / 120V Power Allocation

      Full Locking Cabinet — $488/Month
      47RU Rack Space Colocation
      20A / 120V Power Circuit (16A Usable)

      Los Angeles, California

      Single Device — $59/Month
      Up to 4RU Rack Space Colocation
      2A / 120V Power Allocation

      Full Locking Cabinet — $699/Month
      42RU Rack Space Colocation
      20A / 120V Power Circuit (16A Usable)

      Included in each of the above:
      • 250TB Monthly Bandwidth Transfer
      • 1Gbps Network Uplink
      • /27 Private VLAN (5 Usable IPs)
      • 20Gbps DDoS-Shield™ On-Premise Mitigation
      • Anti-DDoS Monitoring Panel
      • On-Demand KVMoIP
      • 24/7 On-Site Support Staff
      • Racking and Neat Cabling for all incoming servers

      Contact [email protected] with LET in the subject line so we can ensure we qualify you for the special pricing!

      Psychz Networks - Dedicated Servers, Co-location | PhotonVPS - SSD Cloud | YardVPS - Storage VPS | Layer 7 DDoS Mitigation

      6 Continents - 14 Cities - LAX, DAL, CHI, ASH, LON, AMS, JNB, TPE, TKY, BOM, GRU, BCN, SIN, SYD

    • doughnetdoughnet Member
      edited May 2018

      I've used for a few years AquaNX (removed my colo boxes once I had gbit @ home).

      http://us.aquanx.com

      Their Datacenter they use is in San Jose, CA (CoreSite)

      I had great uptime and reliability with them. They were very responsive to my emails. Price was VERY good.

      Below is a list of their offers:

      Colocation Offers

      1U Colocation, $39/month

      • 1A / 110V Power Utilization (20$ for 1AMP more)
      • 1G Port Un-metered, Premium Network Mix
      • 1 usable IPs
      • Free rack and stack
      • 10G DDoS Migration for Free
      • First Month Free

      2U Colocation, $59/month

      • 2A / 110V Power Utilization (20$ for 1AMP more)
      • 1G Port Un-metered, Premium Network Mix
      • 1 usable IPs
      • Free rack and stack
      • 10G DDoS Migration for Free
      • First Month Free

      4U Colocation, $99/month

      • 4A / 110V Power Utilization (20$ for 1AMP more)
      • 1G Port Un-metered, Premium Network Mix
      • 1 usable IPs
      • 10G DDoS Migration for Free
      • Free rack and stack
      • First Month Free

      10U Colocation, $249/month

      • 10A / 110V Power Utilization (20$ for 1AMP more)
      • 1G Port Un-metered, Premium Network Mix
      • 1 usable IP
      • 10G DDoS Migration for Free
      • Free rack and stack
      • First Month Free

      20U Colocation, $489/month

      • 1x 20A / 110V Power Utilization (20$ for 1AMP more)
      • 1G Port Un-metered, Premium Network Mix
      • 1 usable IP
      • 10G DDoS Migration for Free
      • Free rack and stack
      • First Month Free

      1 Rack Colocation, $799/month

      • 2x 20A / 110V Power Utilization (20$ for 1AMP more)
      • 1G Port Un-metered, Premium Network Mix
      • 1 usable IP
      • 10G DDoS Migration for Free
      • Free rack and stack
      • First Month Free

      Add-ons:

      Redundant Power Socket - $10/Month
      Additional 20A/110V Power Circuit - $219/Month
      Primary 30A/208V Power Circuit - $559/Month
      Power Strip Rental (20A/120V or 30A/208) - $50/Month
      IPv4 - $1/month
      Remote Hands - $115/hour (2 Hours Free /Month for 1 Year Term)

      LOCATION:
      Site 1: 55 South Market Street, San Jose, CA
      Site 2: 250 Stockton Avenue, San Jose, CA

      POWER:
      Redundant A/B Power on all Network Equipment
      Liebert Battery Backup UPS
      Diesel Backup Generator

      COOLING:
      100 Tons of Cooling Capacity
      All Liebert Crac w/ On-site Replacement Parts
      Hot Aisle/Cold Aisle w/ Redundant A/C Feeding
      Temperature & Humidity Sensors throughout the Facility

      SECURITY:
      Multiply Security Cameras throughout our Facility
      Locked Server Cabinets
      Access Logs for all On-site Visitors

      NETWORK:
      Load Balanced & Redundant Connections between Switches & Providers
      Redundant Management Cards & Power Supplies in each Network Switch
      Multiple 10Gb Network Ports between our Internal Network Equipment
      Multiple 10Gb Connection through our Diverse Multi-Homed Network
      Fully Redundant Network Design
      On-site Replacement Parts for all Network Equipment

      Network Test
      IPv4 Test IP: 199.180.100.5

      Network Security: DDoS Protection:
      Stops your service from being affected by other customers getting DDoS attacks
      Auto notification w/ sample traffic if your service is being DDoS attacked
      Prevents large DDoS attacks from causing unwanted bandwidth overages
      Automatically null-routes only the targeted IP upstream with our providers

      Website: us.aquanx.com
      Phone: +1 657 206 5036
      Email: [email protected]

      Thanked by 2mtsbatalha bibi421
    • williewillie Member

      doughnet said: www.aquanx.com

      This forwards to some qq.com url that hangs. us.aquanex.com semi-works but doesn't say anything about colo. I might try calling the number next week. That's a surprisingly good offer.

    • @willie said:

      doughnet said: www.aquanx.com

      This forwards to some qq.com url that hangs. us.aquanex.com semi-works but doesn't say anything about colo. I might try calling the number next week. That's a surprisingly good offer.

      www.aquanx.com works now. They appear to cater to Chinese customers (the page initially appeared in Mandarin, I had to click on the US flag to get English).

      They also appear to offer nearly everything. Colo is mentioned on www.aquanx.com/solutions/ , alternatively, us.aquanx.com/solutions/ , but no price list.

      Thanked by 1willie

      "Linux will run happily with only 4 MB of RAM, including all of the bells and whistles such as the X Window System, Emacs, and so on." (M. Welsh & L. Kaufman, Running Linux, 2e, 1996, p. 32)

    • teamaccteamacc Member

      @willie said:

      doughnet said: www.aquanx.com

      This forwards to some qq.com url that hangs. us.aquanex.com semi-works but doesn't say anything about colo. I might try calling the number next week. That's a surprisingly good offer.

      Doesn't have a provider tag though. Use additional caution.

      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.

    • AnthonySmithAnthonySmith Top Provider
      • BASIC Common sense.

      If you find an offer in this thread and it is not a company you are pretty familiar with (and even in some cases even if you are).

      1) Make sure you validate the company is real, it is easy to find public business registrations etc online.

      2) Ask if they are just leasing rack space or if they own their own DC/equipment (and verify this with their upstream if required.

      3) Always insure you server unless you are fully prepared for it to go missing and or get damaged.

      4) Make sure their is a contract in place.

      5) Make 110% sure that whoever you chose confirms receipt of the server in writing.

      6) Do not do your negotiations or any follow up over skype or similar

      7) If a deal is to good to be true, it probably is.

      8) Do not expect the DC/Host to just store your server box for you for the life of your contract, arrange to have it collected/returned if the package is important to the safe return of your equipment.

      9) Make sure you know all the costs up front, additional power charges may apply and remote hands can get very expensive.

      There are outright con/scam artists/criminals on LET just waiting to take advantage of you, we have no powers of enforcement if you get burned by them, do not take colo from anyone here that does not have a provider tag already.

      If you take a colo offer from LET and get burned and any of the above basic common sense advice was not followed and you want to make a complaint about a company and your post or subsequent replies contain the words "I know but" or similar you can be pretty sure, you are at least in part to blame.

    • @willie said:

      doughnet said: www.aquanx.com

      This forwards to some qq.com url that hangs. us.aquanex.com semi-works but doesn't say anything about colo. I might try calling the number next week. That's a surprisingly good offer.

      Sorry about that. I fixed the url.

    • @teamacc said:

      @willie said:

      doughnet said: www.aquanx.com

      This forwards to some qq.com url that hangs. us.aquanex.com semi-works but doesn't say anything about colo. I might try calling the number next week. That's a surprisingly good offer.

      Doesn't have a provider tag though. Use additional caution.

      I know they have offers on wht. I contacted them directly before they had colo offers since I needed something decently priced in Bay Area. They were able to accommodate and started to rent their available spaces/cabinets.

      I dropped off my server to an office location, they then took 24 hours to set it up. Then for me to have it pulled I was able to get it back from the data center site at the lobby within 24 hours. There is no direct customer access from what I recall (or at least I didn’t need any).

    • williewillie Member
      edited May 2018

      Much as I like direct access, if I can directly get to my 1U slot I can also get to the adjacent ones, which means that the owners of the adjacent ones can get to mine, which isn't so good. With a full cabinet it's less of an issue since cabinets can have locking doors, and I guess 1/4 cabinets can as well. So having to drop off the 1U server at an office sounds ok to me.

      $39/1U in what I'm sure is a quite expensive data center and with unmetered 1Gbit included does sound somewhat LOL.

      @Francisco have you heard of AquaNX? What was that place you colo'd at CoreSite through?

    • acidpukeacidpuke Member
      edited May 2018

      I have seen AquaNX for quite a few years on WHT looks like 2012 join date...dont recall seeing any major complaints.

      I personally never have used them but have been tempted a few times over the years. Seem to have decent deals.

      http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=1710812

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    • Anna_ParkerAnna_Parker Member
      edited May 2018

      https://www.blix.com/

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    • spectraipspectraip Member, Provider

      @aglodek said:

      @spectraip said:
      We can offer colocation in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

      What's remote hands cost?

      What datacenter is this at?

      What uplink providers/mix?

      Is BGP session/peering available?

      Remote hands is 45.00 EUR / hour (billed per 30 minutes), simple hands like reboots are free

      Datacenter: Dataone datacenters in The Netherlands

      Uplinks via Cogent, Level3, GTT, NTT, AMS-IX and more.

      BGP sessions are available.

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    • yomeroyomero Member
      edited May 2018

      !trash ????

      Btw, @rds_100 was offering rpis long time ago for rent. Maybe it suits you better than sending your pi, but it depends on your needs.

    • joerijoeri Member, Host Rep, LIR
      edited May 2018

      We can provide the following colocation solutions

      1U Colocation

      0,5A power included (V230)
      1Gbps uplink
      25TB traffic
      IPv4 & IPv6
      

      Price €20 monthly

      Full rack colocation

      47 Unit's
      5 Ampere power included
      32 Ampere power capacity
      2x10Gbps uplink
      250Mbps 95%
      

      For €300 each month

      Full rack colocation

      47 Unit's
      10 Ampere power included
      32 Ampere power capacity
      2x10Gbps uplink
      500Mbps 95%
      

      For €600 each month

      Payment options: Credit Card & Crypto & Bank transfer

      Datacenter & Network:

      2N transformers (N+100%)
      2N Master Distribution Boards (N+100%)
      2N UPS' (N+100%)
      2N Diesel generators (N+100%)
      2N Room PDUs (N+100%)
      TIER-4 redundancy classification
      Diesel available on site for 72 hours continuous power
      
      Network: AS205406
      Transit: ATOM86 (AS8455) & 3WINFRA (AS60144)
      Capacity: 80Gbps+
      Our network is fully equipped with Juniper
      BGP Session available
      

      Order
      Ordering is possible by email: [email protected]

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      Hostio Solutions B.V.

      Keizersgracht 241

      1016 EA Amsterdam

      The Netherlands

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    • drivexdrivex Member
      edited May 2018

      @spectraip said:

      @aglodek said:

      @spectraip said:
      We can offer colocation in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

      What's remote hands cost?

      What datacenter is this at?

      What uplink providers/mix?

      Is BGP session/peering available?

      Remote hands is 45.00 EUR / hour (billed per 30 minutes), simple hands like reboots are free

      Datacenter: Dataone datacenters in The Netherlands

      Uplinks via Cogent, Level3, GTT, NTT, AMS-IX and more.

      BGP sessions are available.

      Isn‘t DataOne the Datacenter owned/related to Novogara (former Ecatel)?

      EDIT
      https://medium.com/@dephekt/part-2-anon-ib-quasi-networks-and-the-exploitation-of-women-6a86723f44fd

      As shown here, AS3356 is managed by Level 3 Communications Inc. [NYSE: LTLV] and is handling approximately 56% of AS29073 aka Quasi Networks’ load. In second place is AS56611, REBA Communications BV, handling 15% of the load. As I mentioned in part one of this series, REBA Communications is ran by the same people that ran Ecatel and that run Novogara and DataOne Datacenter.

    • pikepike Member

      @drivex said:
      Isn‘t DataOne the Datacenter owned/related to Novogara (former Ecatel)?

      Interesting, does this mean novogara aup applies?

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