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colocation ?

I'll make sure that Northeast Data Vault gets your email. 
On Mon, 10 Mar 2003 13:20:15 -0500
Darxus at wrote:

> It looks like this question hasn't been asked here in a couple
> years...
> I have a personal 1RU, 1amp server that I would like to colocate.
> It will be replacing a server that's been hosted over DSL (128kbits/s
> up, with the provider's approval).  I recently moved from
> Philadelphia. Friends there have at least one place where they've
> found that if they colo their (~4) servers together, they can get
> under $50 per person per month, with okay (but not gobs of) bandwidth.
>  I'd prefer to find
> something in the Boston area for convenience.
> I tried emailing sales at, since the archives indicate,
> and whois confirms that they host, and I didn't want to
> deal with their web form.  It hasn't bounced yet.
> The most interesting hit I've found so far in a google search for
> boston colocation is: - lists
> some colo providers.  
> In that I found
> - these
> folks offer $50/mo colo with "Offices nationwide", but I'm having
> difficulty finding specifics on bandwidth and locations.
> (Yes, this server is running Linux.)
> -- 
> "Every man, woman and child on the face of this earth is at the mercy
> of chaos." - a maxwell smart movie
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Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
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