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{NECS}- UK KVM, Big Data Allowance! now with KVM Templates, windows and Linux available.

necsnecs Member
edited November 2012 in Offers

Offer from NECS for LowEndTalk

NECS is a long established IT Company, we are UK Registered with office based staff who are ready to help you when you need it. We offer friendly telephone and ticket based support.

World Class UK Based KVM Hosting on Premium Hardware with Maximum Resources

★ SERVER INFORMATION ★
Dual Quad E5620 CPU's
64-256GB DDR3 ECC RAM
RAID 10 Enterprise SAS Drives
H700 Raid Controller with BBU
Enterprise DRAC Management Card
Backup Space in separate Data Centre
All Servers are UK based with Gigabit uplinks
★ NEVER OVERSOLD ★

Linux and Windows packages available

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Package Details: Starter 1 (KVM)

4 x vCPU cores
256 MB RAM
15 GB HDD (Raid 10)
1500 GB Transfer
1 x IP4
5 x IP6
Self managed
Instant Setup
Full root access
SolusVM Control Panel
15GB Free offsite backup space (On request)

£10.50 p/quarter (USD $17.08)

Order Link for Starter 1: https://www.necs.co.uk/clients/cart.php?a=add&pid=1

LowEndTalk Discount Code: 3MONTH

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HUGE selection of Windows and Linux ISO's and templates plus option to upload custom ISO’s and Custom Plans

IPv4 TEST IP: 37.220.8.202
IPv6 TEST IP: 2a02:2658:1020:0:7a2b:cbff:fe67:e80e

ADDONS:

  • 1 x IP: £3.75 p/quarter
  • DirectAdmin Licence - £4.99pm
  • UK Based Servers – Never Oversold
  • 7 Day Money back guarantee
  • Payments: PayPal
  • VAT @ 20% applies to EU Customers only.

OS Choices:
Arch Linux 2011.08
CentOS 5.8 32Bit DVD1
CentOS 5.8 32Bit DVD2
CentOS 5.8 64bit DVD1
CentOS 5.8 64bit DVD2
CentOS 5.8 64bit Netinstall
CentOS 6.2 64bit Minimal
CloneZilla Live
Debian 6 with OpenVPN AS
Debian 6.0.4 64bit Netinstall
Debian 6.0.5 32bit Netinstall
Fedora 16 64bit DVD
FreeBSD 9.0 64Bit
FreeNAS 8.0.4 64bit
FreePBX Distro
Gentoo 64bit Minimal
Linux Mint
openSUSE
Parted Magic 2012
Scientific Linux 6.2 64bit
Server 2008 R2
Slackware 13.37 64bit
Tiny Core
Turn Key Linux DokuWiki
Turn Key Linux Domain Controller
Turn Key Linux File Server
Turn Key Linux Joomla
Turn Key Linux LAMP Server
Turn Key Linux Magento
Turn Key Linux phpBB
Turn Key Linux Rails
Turn Key Linux WordPress
Turn Key Linux Zimbra
Ubuntu 12.04 Server 32 bit
Ubuntu 12.04 Server 64bit
Windows Server Std 2003 R2 DVD1
Windows Server Std 2008 R2
Windows Server Web 2008 R
IRC Allowed

Thank you for reading, NECS.

NECS - UK KVM Windows and Linux VPS | UK OVZ Linux VPS | http://www.necs.co.uk

Comments

  • Redstation DC in Hampshire? mhm... I was hoping when you mentioned North East Computer Solutions, you'd be hosting in that Newcastle DC... What is it.. http://www.datacentermap.com/united-kingdom/newcastle/newcastle-data-centre.html

    I spoke to somebody from their once, seemed rather cheap too! :)

    Security Consultant

  • Hi eastonch

    I think you probably mean wildcard networks, onyx are not really suitable for this sort of hosting, wildcard (NE5) is probably going to be the next location in the UK.

    At the time redstation did seem to be the best option.

    NECS - UK KVM Windows and Linux VPS | UK OVZ Linux VPS | http://www.necs.co.uk

  • I have just noticed this was posted in general, sorry about that I have changed it to offers.

    NECS - UK KVM Windows and Linux VPS | UK OVZ Linux VPS | http://www.necs.co.uk

  • @necs Ne5 might of been the ones I was thinking of yes.

    I'd love to see a provider host in more locations in the UK; rather than the standard Rackspace and Redstation.

    I had a Redstation node myself; 128GB 4x 500GB SAS Drives 15K in a raid 10; sold well; performance was amazing; network wasnt so good.

    Security Consultant

  • @eastonch said: network wasnt so good.

    I always found the RedStation network to be solid, aside from them blocking port 25 on there topology, that's just silly.

  • A compromise was made with redstation, we no longer have to use their relays, all email traffic goes out on our own relays now that live outside of redstation.

    The network is fairly solid however they do seem to like cheap bandwidth within the UK and unless you make a point of bringing it up they will try to trow your traffic out over talktalk.

    All in all redstation was a good choice and I stand by it, within a few months I expect a different location perhaps Newcastle area as that will become a better option.

    NECS - UK KVM Windows and Linux VPS | UK OVZ Linux VPS | http://www.necs.co.uk

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