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  Reply # 744276 13-Jan-2013 21:51
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Not all the DC providers will allow you to put gear in their racks unless all the servers are fully managed.

I know Vocus/Maxnet run a DC in Christchurch which anyone can put gear into without needing a fully managed contract. (Yes I work for them and have deployed a number of systems for DR there )

But as mentioned there are a few options when you look outside of wellington.

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  Reply # 744362 14-Jan-2013 08:55
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Zeon: I know Orcon don't provide colo from Avalon. The ones I think of are Xtreme Networks who i think are somewhere near parliament. I also know Unleash can provide colo space somewhere in that vicinity (its AT&T or at least AT&T are in there from memory).

Your best bet is actually Christchurch for DR stuff - heaps of options down there.


Try The Colocation Company (http://www.thecoloco.co.nz/) - Durham Street, Sydenham, Christchurch. I believe the Christchurch City Council hosts there.




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  Reply # 744367 14-Jan-2013 09:17
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Zeon: I know Orcon don't provide colo from Avalon. The ones I think of are Xtreme Networks who i think are somewhere near parliament. I also know Unleash can provide colo space somewhere in that vicinity (its AT&T or at least AT&T are in there from memory).

Your best bet is actually Christchurch for DR stuff - heaps of options down there.


Try The Colocation Company (http://www.thecoloco.co.nz/) - Durham Street, Sydenham, Christchurch. I believe the Christchurch City Council hosts there.


Do they do part rack hosting?

Also interested to see how people find their cost structure, charging by power consumption?

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