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IIC Internet Virtual servers

   Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2007 19:49:14 -0400
   From: "James Kramer" <kramerjm at>
   Cc: BLU <discuss at>

   > You have complete control of your instances. You have root access to
   > each one, and you can interact with them as you would any machine.
   > Each instance predictably provides the equivalent of a system with a
   > 1.7Ghz x86 processor, 1.75GB of RAM, 160GB of local disk, and 250Mb/s
   > of network bandwidth.
   > </snip>

   Neat, I have been checking it out.  It sounds good.

The problem with this kind of arrangement: how do you conveniently
transfer large amounts of data (e. g. backing up a laptop, copying
over large numbers of images, etc)?

Robert Krawitz                                     <rlk at>

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