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The Cambridge Bandwidth Consortium has some colo rack space in
Quincy.  I've forwarded your question to the list but I don't know
if anyone has responded to you about it.


markw-FJ05HQ0HCKaWd6l5hS35sQ at writes:

> A few months back, we were talking about colocation services. Someone
> mentioned that they were setting up a rack or something, Tom Metro comes
> to mind, but I'm not sure. (hence the message)
> Anyway...
> I am currently at Cyber Access ( paying about $200 a
> month for 2 2U machines.
> Currently they are vintage dual Pentium III SMP boxes. I'm upgrading to
> two quad core boxes.
> Rather than replace the ones in Cyber Access, I'd like to move to a new
> facility with better connectivity (hopefully, for roughly the same price),
> and have old and new site live and transition smoothly.
> I also want more than just 2 ip addresses, I'd like to have a minimum of 5
> additional IPs.
> Anyone have any suggestions? I am willing to split the cost of a half rack
> somewhere if we can make it affordable.
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