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New Server Required - Any Suggestions?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by celliott, Jan 26, 2006.

  1. celliott

    celliott Well-Known Member

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    I have absolutly had it with my current server provider. Customer and technical support is absolute crap, I have experienced over 5 hours downtime in the past two weeks.

    I am looking for a dedicated server with cPanel/WHM. This must be located in a reliable datacentre, eg Savvis or The Planet with a 99.9% network uptime gaurantee.

    I only have a relativley small number of customers, therefore specification is not too much of a problem.

    What the server must have is:

    Software:

    - CentOS Linux Preferred
    - cPanel/WHM

    Hardware:

    - 80GB Hard Disk (Minimum)
    - 512MB RAM (Minimum)
    - 10MBPS Connectivity (Minimum)
    - 1000GB Bandwidth (Minimum)

    I am looking to pay no more than $100/Per Month. This can be an unmanaged server since I will manage it myself.

    If anyone has positive experiences with other companies, or has an offer for me, please post here or send me a PM.

    Mods, I was unsure where to post this. If this is in the wrong place, please could you move it for me.

    Thanks
     
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    celliott Well-Known Member

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    Thanks. After doing a bit of research I have gone with layeredtech. :)
     
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