[RndTbl] [*] Low cost Colo in WInnipeg
Hartmut W Sager
hwsager at marityme.net
Tue Mar 25 14:52:40 CDT 2014
If it doesn't have to be colo, I've had several years of total satisfaction
Canadian Web Hosting
They're in Vancouver (and now in Toronto too), and VERY Canadian. They
even advertise U.S.-free routing if the endpoints are both in Canada.
On 25 March 2014 13:41, Shawn Wallbridge <shawn at wallbridge.net> wrote:
> On Mar 25, 2014, at 10:48 AM, Adam Thompson <athompso at athompso.net> wrote:
> On 14-03-25 11:57 AM, Gerald Brandt wrote:
> I emailed FiberFortress, specifying 1 or 2 3U servers. He replied with a
> half rack quote at $550. Still waiting for a response to my second query.
> I'm curious - why do you need your own hardware at a colo site instead of
> just renting a VPS?
> If you want a VPS inside Canada, the biggest player (with, apparently,
> really good support) is OVH.com. Well, at least until/unless Quebec
> secedes, at which point whether they're "in Canada" or not depends on where
> the border gets drawn :-). They'll also colocate your servers.
> Also with a good reputation is Blackbridge (
> However, keep in mind that $50/month for 3U of colo rack space is actually
> a really good deal... one I don't think you'll be able to match in Canada,
> at least not at reputable establishments. (I mean, seriously, you could
> put your server in my rack for $50/month, but I can only guarantee you
> about 10Mbps symmetric right now.)
> -Adam Thompson
> athompso at athompso.net
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> For dedicated server hosting in Canada, I have used iWeb. They aren't the
> speediest network wise, but I have had very good service and reliability
> for the last 7 years (one HD failure, which they fixed immediately).
> If you check their warehouse clearance section, you can get a pretty good
> deal. I have a Dual-Core machine with 8GB of Ram and 2x500GB HD's for
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