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Any good with reasonable pricing datacenter in KS or Dallas?
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Any good with reasonable pricing datacenter in KS or Dallas?

HannanHannan Member, Host Rep
edited August 27 in Help

Hi,
Do you recommend any good with a reasonable pricing data center to get a few racks in KS or Dallas?

Thanks

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  • ErnieErnie Member, Patron Provider

    @Hannan said:
    Hi,
    Do you recommend any good with a reasonable pricing data center to get a few racks in KS or Dallas?

    Thanks

    I can help in Dallas. Feel free to drop me a email ernie.quick (at) dedipath.com

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  • Josh from Texas could help @DataIdeas-Josh

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  • bruh21bruh21 Member, Host Rep

    unrealservers

  • DataIdeas-JoshDataIdeas-Josh Member, Patron Provider

    @Hannan said:
    Hi,
    Do you recommend any good with a reasonable pricing data center to get a few racks in KS or Dallas?

    Thanks

    We have sent you a PM.

  • MikeAMikeA Member, Host Rep

    I think WholesaleInternet does a whole rack for like $400 w/ Bw in KS?

  • szarkaszarka Member
    edited August 28

    @MikeA said:
    I think WholesaleInternet does a whole rack for like $400 w/ Bw in KS?

    Yeah, WSI looks like a good deal. Might need to give that a try myself, since I'm happy so far with the cheap dedi I picked up there.

    Might also be worth checking in with Joe's to see whether they can offer an equally-good deal, even though the pricing on their site looks pretty high. Not sure how much space they actually have.

    I'm usually in KC a couple of blocks from Joe's twice a month or so. If there's some interest, I could maybe drop in to a couple of these places and post some pics, etc. Been meaning to do that "one of these days" now that I'm in the area.

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  • terrahostterrahost Member, Patron Provider

    We can offer racks at Lightedge in Kansas City :)

    https://terrahost.com/datacenter

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  • @terrahost said:
    We can offer racks at Lightedge in Kansas City :)

    https://terrahost.com/datacenter

    Do you have pricing posted publicly or can you PM me your offers? Thanks

  • szarkaszarka Member
    edited September 4

    @theuniverses said:

    @terrahost said:
    We can offer racks at Lightedge in Kansas City :)

    https://terrahost.com/datacenter

    Do you have pricing posted publicly or can you PM me your offers? Thanks

    I'm not @Terrahost, but… https://terrahost.com/colocation

    Not sure whether that's just Norway, but since the price is in dollars… I should probably consider putting a tower in KC if it is. All this old hardware laying around here going to waste…

  • terrahostterrahost Member, Patron Provider

    @theuniverses said:
    Do you have pricing posted publicly or can you PM me your offers? Thanks

    @szarka said:
    Not sure whether that's just Norway, but since the price is in dollars… I should probably consider putting a tower in KC if it is. All this old hardware laying around here going to waste…

    Base price for 1U colo is $70/mo in all our locations :) Get in touch for an offer. Tower colo is only available in Norway.

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  • vsys_hostvsys_host Member, Patron Provider

    What do you think about qts or cyxtera? Good options!

  • jbilohjbiloh Administrator

    @MikeA said:
    I think WholesaleInternet does a whole rack for like $400 w/ Bw in KS?

    Someone needs to explain to me how they make any money!

  • MikeAMikeA Member, Host Rep

    @jbiloh said:

    @MikeA said:
    I think WholesaleInternet does a whole rack for like $400 w/ Bw in KS?

    Someone needs to explain to me how they make any money!

    Efficient spending.

  • typicalGtaTGtypicalGtaTG Member, Host Rep

    @dahartigan said:
    Josh from Texas could help @DataIdeas-Josh

    +1

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  • jbilohjbiloh Administrator

    @MikeA said:

    @jbiloh said:

    @MikeA said:
    I think WholesaleInternet does a whole rack for like $400 w/ Bw in KS?

    Someone needs to explain to me how they make any money!

    Efficient spending.

    Is it really $400 for a cabinet including bandwidth?

    How much power is included at that price?

  • AdvinAdvin Member, Patron Provider
    edited September 10

    @jbiloh said:

    @MikeA said:

    @jbiloh said:

    @MikeA said:
    I think WholesaleInternet does a whole rack for like $400 w/ Bw in KS?

    Someone needs to explain to me how they make any money!

    Efficient spending.

    Is it really $400 for a cabinet including bandwidth?

    How much power is included at that price?

    https://www.nocix.net/colocation/
    • Full 42U Cabinet
    • 120v/20A Circuit
    • 1Gbit Bandwidth (AS32097)
    • 12 Fiber strands to the Meet-Me-Room
    • /29 IPv4 Space
    • /48 IPv6 Space
    $0 Setup - $400/mo

  • FranciscoFrancisco Member, Top Host, Host Rep

    @jbiloh said:

    Is it really $400 for a cabinet including bandwidth?

    How much power is included at that price?

    I'm fairly sure their state has some big grants program so tehy get things for near free in a lot of cases.

    Aaron had mentioned in the past that he had entire pallets of gear arrive and he only paid shipping, the rest was subsidized by the state.

    Francisco

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  • DataIdeas-JoshDataIdeas-Josh Member, Patron Provider

    @Francisco said:

    @jbiloh said:

    Is it really $400 for a cabinet including bandwidth?

    How much power is included at that price?

    I'm fairly sure their state has some big grants program so tehy get things for near free in a lot of cases.

    Aaron had mentioned in the past that he had entire pallets of gear arrive and he only paid shipping, the rest was subsidized by the state.

    Francisco

    I wonder how they able to do that though?
    Subsidized by the state? For what Hosting?!

    Might be just any business to get business there due to in the middle of tornado alley.

  • HannanHannan Member, Host Rep

    @vsys_host said:
    What do you think about qts or cyxtera? Good options!

    What are they?

  • jbilohjbiloh Administrator

    @Advin said:

    @jbiloh said:

    @MikeA said:

    @jbiloh said:

    @MikeA said:
    I think WholesaleInternet does a whole rack for like $400 w/ Bw in KS?

    Someone needs to explain to me how they make any money!

    Efficient spending.

    Is it really $400 for a cabinet including bandwidth?

    How much power is included at that price?

    https://www.nocix.net/colocation/
    • Full 42U Cabinet
    • 120v/20A Circuit
    • 1Gbit Bandwidth (AS32097)
    • 12 Fiber strands to the Meet-Me-Room
    • /29 IPv4 Space
    • /48 IPv6 Space
    $0 Setup - $400/mo

    So my sense is that there is very little, if any profit, in that base offer. Probably used more as an opportunity to get folks in the door so they spend on remote hands and other more profitable services (and hopefully grow at better margins, too).

  • MikeAMikeA Member, Host Rep
    edited September 10

    I feel like you're overthinking it. They operate everything themselves, yeah? If so, they don't have the overhead many others do, and probably are more efficient at spending and reducing waste like many companies do (wasting company money on stupid shit) and are generally in a lower cost area. Only one person can know for sure, but I doubt he'd come here to discuss.

  • vsys_hostvsys_host Member, Patron Provider

    @Hannan said:

    @vsys_host said:
    What do you think about qts or cyxtera? Good options!

    What are they?

    @Hannan

    Qts - data centers across several states in the US. Including Kansas.
    Cyxtera is more north-oriented. And they are located in Dallas.

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  • HannanHannan Member, Host Rep

    I want a rack but can't get hold of Aaron from https://www.wholesaleinternet.net/ in last 3 -4 days. :(

  • @Hannan said: I want a rack but can't get hold of Aaron from https://www.wholesaleinternet.net/ in last 3 -4 days.

    [email protected]
    I will DM you the phone just in case.

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  • jbilohjbiloh Administrator

    @MikeA said:
    I feel like you're overthinking it. They operate everything themselves, yeah? If so, they don't have the overhead many others do, and probably are more efficient at spending and reducing waste like many companies do (wasting company money on stupid shit) and are generally in a lower cost area. Only one person can know for sure, but I doubt he'd come here to discuss.

    I've got a pretty good idea about datacenter economics considering I've designed, built and operated them :).

  • MikeAMikeA Member, Host Rep
    edited September 17

    @jbiloh said:

    @MikeA said:
    I feel like you're overthinking it. They operate everything themselves, yeah? If so, they don't have the overhead many others do, and probably are more efficient at spending and reducing waste like many companies do (wasting company money on stupid shit) and are generally in a lower cost area. Only one person can know for sure, but I doubt he'd come here to discuss.

    I've got a pretty good idea about datacenter economics considering I've designed, built and operated them :).

    Then why are you asking and discussing how they make money. After all, your state energy cost alone is typically double (or more) more expensive than where they operate.

  • jbilohjbiloh Administrator

    @MikeA said:

    @jbiloh said:

    @MikeA said:
    I feel like you're overthinking it. They operate everything themselves, yeah? If so, they don't have the overhead many others do, and probably are more efficient at spending and reducing waste like many companies do (wasting company money on stupid shit) and are generally in a lower cost area. Only one person can know for sure, but I doubt he'd come here to discuss.

    I've got a pretty good idea about datacenter economics considering I've designed, built and operated them :).

    Then why are you asking and discussing how they make money. After all, your state energy cost alone is typically double (or more) more expensive than where they operate.

    I don't understand your point.

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