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East Coast Location Help

pierrepierre Member

I'm looking to start a new location for my hosting brand and not sure what provider to go with on the East Coast (Preferably NY).

Looked at multiple different companies, and haven't found anything reasonable for the price or that suited me.

Specs: 2U @ 2A, 1GBPS Port, 10-20TB Bandwidth, DDoS Protected and free simple remote hands (drive swaps, power cycles, etc.)

I don't really want to sign a contract, but if the price is amazing, I might consider it.

Budget: Preferably less than $100/m

Companies I've ruled out:

  • Hivelocity (Requires a yearly contract to be signed)
  • Quadranet (100mbps port)
  • Digital Reality (Only offers Full racks)
  • FiberHub (No available KVMs in Miami, pricey remote hands)
  • ColoCrossing (Bad experience in the past, would rather not say)
  • Psychz (Bad experience in the past, would rather not say)
  • Voxility (No single server + Yearly Contract)
  • ServerHub (No DDoS Protection)
  • Tier.net (Pricey)
  • Path.net (Seems pricey, haven't heard a response from them)

Seeing that if this single server does good, I'd probably expand with this to a half/full rack. Let me know if you or someone you know can help.

Pierre

Comments

  • DPDP Member, The Domain Guy

    ReliableSite.

  • pierrepierre Member

    @thedp said:
    ReliableSite.

    Can't find Colocation on their site.

  • DPDP Member, The Domain Guy

    @pierre said:

    @thedp said:
    ReliableSite.

    Can't find Colocation on their site.

    Oh now I can't recall if they actually do colo.

  • DPDP Member, The Domain Guy

    Or maybe @BradyH / DediPath can help you?

  • pierrepierre Member
    edited April 26

    @thedp said:
    Or maybe @BradyH / DediPath can help you?

    Was looking at them, it's noted down for sure. Pricing is reasonable, Good port and bandwidth + DDoS Protected.

    Would of course like to see if there's anything better than someone can offer.

    Correction: Needs better bandwidth, 100MBPS will not be enough.

  • BradyHBradyH Member, Provider

    @thedp said:

    @pierre said:

    @thedp said:
    ReliableSite.

    Can't find Colocation on their site.

    Oh now I can't recall if they actually do colo.

    Yes we offer colocation at each of our locations.https://prnt.sc/123swxj

    Colocation is the 3 tab on the nav bar.

    feel free to send me a Dm with any questions will be glad to help.

  • BradyHBradyH Member, Provider

    @pierre said:

    @thedp said:
    Or maybe @BradyH / DediPath can help you?

    Was looking at them, it's noted down for sure. Pricing is reasonable, Good port and bandwidth + DDoS Protected.

    Would of course like to see if there's anything better than someone can offer.

    Correction: Needs better bandwidth, 100MBPS will not be enough.

    You can always upgrade bandwidth not an issue at all

  • BradyHBradyH Member, Provider

    @pierre said:
    I'm looking to start a new location for my hosting brand and not sure what provider to go with on the East Coast (Preferably NY).

    Looked at multiple different companies, and haven't found anything reasonable for the price or that suited me.

    Specs: 2U @ 2A, 1GBPS Port, 10-20TB Bandwidth, DDoS Protected and free simple remote hands (drive swaps, power cycles, etc.)

    I don't really want to sign a contract, but if the price is amazing, I might consider it.

    Budget: Preferably less than $100/m

    Companies I've ruled out:

    • Hivelocity (Requires a yearly contract to be signed)
    • Quadranet (100mbps port)
    • Digital Reality (Only offers Full racks)
    • FiberHub (No available KVMs in Miami, pricey remote hands)
    • ColoCrossing (Bad experience in the past, would rather not say)
    • Psychz (Bad experience in the past, would rather not say)
    • Voxility (No single server + Yearly Contract)
    • ServerHub (No DDoS Protection)
    • Tier.net (Pricey)
    • Path.net (Seems pricey, haven't heard a response from them)

    Seeing that if this single server does good, I'd probably expand with this to a half/full rack. Let me know if you or someone you know can help.

    Pierre

    We can help you out with your colocation needs in New York Metro. Feel free to reach out with any questions.

  • jbilohjbiloh Administrator

    @pierre send me a private message, I'd like to better understand how we could have done better for you at ColoCrossing.

  • hosthatchhosthatch Member, Top Provider

    Check with Jake at PureVoltage if you’re looking for New York

    Thanked by 1PureVoltage
  • afnafn Member

    I think @DataIdeas-Josh can help...

    Thanked by 1DataIdeas-Josh
  • DataIdeas-JoshDataIdeas-Josh Member, Provider

    @pierre would you be interested in coming to Texas?
    What kind of ETA you wanting to get things rolling?
    Feel free to pm me if don't want to discuss in open.

  • pierrepierre Member

    @DataIdeas-Josh said:
    @pierre would you be interested in coming to Texas?
    What kind of ETA you wanting to get things rolling?
    Feel free to pm me if don't want to discuss in open.

    Already in Texas boss.

  • pierrepierre Member

    @hosthatch said:
    Check with Jake at PureVoltage if you’re looking for New York

    A friend of mine went with PureVoltage, I'll see if he likes it and decide if it's worth going there.

    Thanked by 1PureVoltage
  • pierrepierre Member

    No mention of DDoS Protection, is there any?

  • pierrepierre Member

    @BradyH said:
    We can help you out with your colocation needs in New York Metro. Feel free to reach out with any questions.

    Sent you a PM, let's talk there.

  • PureVoltagePureVoltage Member, Provider

    @pierre said:

    @hosthatch said:
    Check with Jake at PureVoltage if you’re looking for New York

    A friend of mine went with PureVoltage, I'll see if he likes it and decide if it's worth going there.

    Thanks, late to the party however sure they are most likely happy with our service. :)

    We have Corero that we are in the works of testing. We also have some in house protection that we will be testing as well shortly on a larger scale.

  • Ian_Dot_TechIan_Dot_Tech Member, Provider

    +1 for Jake @PureVoltage and Brady @BradyH (DediPath).
    Good people to work with.

    Thanked by 1PureVoltage
  • qpsqps Member, Provider

    If you're open to going to ATL, Chris @ CyberWurx probably can do something at this price point. I don't think they are on here, but they are username Binx on WHT.

  • letboxletbox Member, Provider
    edited June 19

    Hay,

    We can hosted you with our racks in NYC of Leaseweb?

    Power & Network redundancy!

    If you are interested PM!

    Regards

    Thanked by 1bruh21
  • AlwaysSkintAlwaysSkint Member
    edited June 19

    I'm on the East Coast - about 3000 miles away!
    OP sounds like someone else who can't see beyond their own country. :-/
    [B52s Own Private Idaho]

  • BradyHBradyH Member, Provider

    @Ian_Dot_Tech said:
    +1 for Jake @PureVoltage and Brady @BradyH (DediPath).
    Good people to work with.

    Thanks for the recommend

  • BradyHBradyH Member, Provider

    @pierre said:

    @thedp said:
    Or maybe @BradyH / DediPath can help you?

    Was looking at them, it's noted down for sure. Pricing is reasonable, Good port and bandwidth + DDoS Protected.

    Would of course like to see if there's anything better than someone can offer.

    Correction: Needs better bandwidth, 100MBPS will not be enough.

    Lets talk and let me know what you really need and I can work up a custom quote for you

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