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Wannabe Geek
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Topic # 92674 3-Nov-2011 17:40
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Anyone with any experience of having done this properly, there are some interesting 2u mounting kits.

I have had a quick google for NZ hosting companies who do CoLo, but have no experience in NZ hosting co's.

Separately (or actually relatedly :) ) does anyone host web applications from west coast USA ? - been looking at connectivity and it doesn't seem too bad due with the southern cross. 

It would be great to hear from anyone running web apps using colo in the Auckland region.

Thanks

Jon
 

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  Reply # 540831 3-Nov-2011 18:12
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I ofen work with a firm in the US  that I worked with when I lived there, our servers are located in the http://www.tierpoint.com/ data center. I have no isseues with connectivity, + voip services to our servers.

mac co-location. auckland ..

http://www.sitehost.co.nz/
http://www.webdrive.co.nz/




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Wannabe Geek
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  Reply # 540854 3-Nov-2011 19:26
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Thanks :)

Your help is appreciated :)

 

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  Reply # 540870 3-Nov-2011 20:01
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We are based in Tauranga and have a cabinet in the Netsmart data centre.

We host a few of our clients web apps on Mac Mini Servers & do Mac Mini Co-lo - happy to discuss further.

Jesse@fullflavour.co.nz

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