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Colocate at Microtronix DC (Ohio) - Free DDoS Protection - Unmetered BW up to 100G!

jfreak53jfreak53 Member, Patron Provider

Colo your servers at the Microtronix Datacenter in Ohio!! VPS, Shared, Dedis, Colo space, whole rooms available for colo!! Want custom? Drop us a line and we'll quote custom rack space and power options.

Our Website

https://www.datacentermap.com/usa/ohio/lima-oh/microtronix-datacenter.html

https://lg-o.microtronixdc.com

We just added 2G bonded lines on our order form for all colo orders!!

Our DC Includes:

  • Dual inbound 100G DDoS Protection on all traffic
  • Micro DC runs 250G upstream available traffic to the DC!
  • Full Fiber Rack-to-Rack Datacenter, no bottlenecks!
  • Direct Fiber up to 100G per connection available! (1G, 2G Bonded, 3G, 10G, 40G, 100G)
  • 100% Owned equipment and racks
  • Rent our IPs or announce your own range!
  • rDNS available
  • IPv6 /48 Free!
  • Internal network available free
  • Up to 40A power!! Need more? Quote custom.
  • 120V & 240V Power drops available
  • A+B Redundant Drops available
  • Free Cross-Connect for full racks!!
  • Fair-Usage External KVM Access
  • IPMI access (its your equipment!)
  • Free rack and stack!
  • All racks are under lock and key
  • Full-rack colo = 24x7 coded access to your rack!
  • Power and Network cables included up to 10U (if bringing your own router you must provide your own network cables)
  • Spare parts storage space included, or we can sell you new parts as needed
  • Free reboots (fair warning, we power cycle the port)

Mid-Tower Colo - $50 /month/starting

Full-Tower Colo - $70 /month/starting

  • 1G, 2G, 3G, 10G Speeds (Unmetered)
  • 2A power

1-5U Colo - $55 /month/starting

10U Colo - $285 /month/starting

  • 1G, 2G, 3G, 10G Speeds (Unmetered)
  • 10A power

21U Colo - $640 /month/starting

  • 1G, 2G, 3G, 10G, 40G, 100G Speeds (Unmetered)
  • 10A power

42U Full-Cabinet Colo - $800 /month/starting + $600 /setup

  • 1G, 2G, 3G, 10G, 40G, 100G Speeds (Unmetered)
  • 20A power (Up to 40A!)
  • Free Cross-Connect

Order here

Thanked by 1wamy

Comments

  • Can anyone vouch for these guys?

    Thanked by 1cheap_guy_405
  • Cheap VPS, Good IP, however the datacenter is in the garage?

  • @BigBigWolf said:
    Cheap VPS, Good IP, however the datacenter is in the garage?

    It's not a standard facility, I think it's a converted retail space or something similar. It's probably fine if you wanted a VPS or a dedi, but idk if I'd send colo there,

  • jfreak53jfreak53 Member, Patron Provider

    @BigBigWolf said:
    Cheap VPS, Good IP, however the datacenter is in the garage?

    Old township warehouse, converted actually :smile:

    @fluffernutter said: but idk if I'd send colo there

    Give us a try, you'd be surprised :wink: There are quite a few that use our facility for colo actually @SmartHost is one, working on @crunchbits now but he's a tough cookie to crack :wink:

    @anbelevebel said: Can anyone vouch for these guys?

    Send us a message, I'd be glad to send you some pictures of the inside, you can check the outside from Google maps. We've been in business since 2001, and in the hosting industry specifically for 16 of those years, so we aren't going anywhere :smile:

  • @anbelevebel said:
    Can anyone vouch for these guys?

    Yeah, had a vps with them a while ago, it works, nice guys :)

    Thanked by 1jfreak53
  • @jfreak53 said: Give us a try, you'd be surprised

    What about colocation for mini pcs? Is that an option? Gigabyte brix, asrock 4x4, etc. I would need 1 amp at 120 volt, 20 tb/month of bandwidth.

  • jfreak53jfreak53 Member, Patron Provider

    @eezcloud said:

    @jfreak53 said: Give us a try, you'd be surprised

    What about colocation for mini pcs? Is that an option? Gigabyte brix, asrock 4x4, etc. I would need 1 amp at 120 volt, 20 tb/month of bandwidth.

    Yes, we have Colo for micro servers, I just don't have pricing up yet. Shoot me a DM and we can discuss your needs and I can get you a price.

  • ketchupketchup Member

    @jfreak53 said:
    Host at the Microtronix Datacenter in Ohio!! VPS, Shared, Dedis, Colo space, whole rooms available for colo!! Want custom? Drop us a line and we'll quote custom rack space and power options!

    Now offering up to a full /24 IPv4 right on the order form for all Dedicated and Colocation orders!

    Custom, private, colo suit available!! View below for more info!

    Where is the order form for one of these colo suits? I will wear it to Sinclair and provide 'nearly local' advertisement for you. :)

    I've configured a colocation service via your transparent and up front pricing from your billing manager. You are the most awesome provider for allowing customers to get a quote without sending you email after email and begging for you to tell them the prices. That also drives up prices and wastes your time and mine. It's a shame so many providers on LET don't understand that and quite frankly don't care about customer service. Because of this policy alone, you might be the only provider on this forum that I would seriously recommend, although I haven't even used or purchased any services from you ... yet.

    Anyway, I still have a couple of questions and maybe you can 'fix' your site wording to clarify the answers.

    The configured service is the following:

    Rack Space 1-5U Colocation Colocation
    Rack Space 1-5U Colocation $55.00 USD
    » IPv4: 1 Usable (/30) $0.00 USD
    » IPv6: /48 Subnet $0.00 USD
    » Network: 1Gbps Dedicated Port (Unmetered) $0.00 USD
    » Network Drops: 1x Per Server $0.00 USD
    » Power: Single 2A per U Circuit - 120v $0.00 USD
    » Network Type: Copper $0.00 USD
    » Internal Network: 0 $0.00 USD
    » Space: 2U $10.00 USD
    » How Many Servers in this Space: 1 $0.00 USD
    » External Network Device: None $0.00 USD
    *+ 2A on 120V $20.00 USD
    Setup Fees: $0.00 USD
    Monthly: $85.00 USD
    $85.00 USD Total Due Today

    First, I am confused about the available power options.
    I estimate that I need 662W for a 2U server that has dual 800W PSUs.
    I don't necessarily need dual plugs or redundancy, but don't think it's wise to operate a server without them.
    Can you please clarify these 2 options?
    Single 2A per U Circuit - 120v
    Double 2A per U - 120v and 1A per U 240V
    Does this mean you get a single or double plugs, does it mean double the amps, does it mean both double plugs and double amps, does it mean something else?
    If I select the double option above, does it mean I get 8A total (2U server) with dual plug redundancy, or just double amps and still have to select double plugs from the options below, and/or do I already get double plugs with the 2U (1 server) option?
    Can you fix the wording to clarify what the actual total plugs and amps will be with each option?

    Second, I am confused after seeing your KnowledgeBase article about NO SMTP from ANY IP that you own.
    I want to be able to send legitimate business email, registration forms, invoices, or forum email from each IP with my colocated server.
    Does this policy apply for the IPs that are included when I select a IPv4/25 subnet for my colocated server, or even the IPv4/32 address with the colocated server?
    Do I need to lease an IPv4/24 from someone else to comply with your NO SMTP policy, without any tickets begging for permission for SMTP for each IP and server?
    Can you add the NO SMTP policy to your order form and to this thread so that the NO SMTP policy is transparent like your colocation pricing?

    Thanks
    k

  • ketchupketchup Member

    Haha Wrong thread.

  • tbsworktbswork Member

    where is the order page?

  • jfreak53jfreak53 Member, Patron Provider

    @tbswork said:
    where is the order page?

    Link is at the top, but here it is again.

  • Nice offer. The relation between the various voltages are really a bit confusing though, so sine @ketchup didn't get a direct answer (or i'm too blind once again...): 1U gets 2A regardless of 120 or 240V or is it really 2A@120V vs. 1A@240V? I'm not much of an electrician, so i'm sorry if that's somehow obvious.

  • jfreak53jfreak53 Member, Patron Provider

    @totally_not_banned said:
    Nice offer. The relation between the various voltages are really a bit confusing though, so sine @ketchup didn't get a direct answer (or i'm too blind once again...): 1U gets 2A regardless of 120 or 240V or is it really 2A@120V vs. 1A@240V? I'm not much of an electrician, so i'm sorry if that's somehow obvious.

    1A@240v = 2A@120v as far as watt usage is concerned :) so if you want 240v you can get it, same wattage since its 240v as the 120v, amps vs watts. Calculation below:

    (Watts = Amps x Volts)

    2A x 120v = 240Watts
    1A x 240v = 240Watts

    So its the same, just some equipment either only runs on 240 or runs better on 240 than it does on 120v and visa versa, more efficiently, so we offer both at same watt usage, amps.

    That being said, we reserve the right to move you to 240 if you choose 120 and the 120 in the rack you are going to is at max and the 240 has room (disclaimer, as long as the server we are racking has the ability to volt switch which 99% of servers do, we check before). Our 240v drops are all 3 phase and support more max amperage so we can mix and match and max out a rack :) Some low end servers only run on 120 :face_palm:, and a lot of switches people bring in to the rack as well only support 120, so we have 120 there and available.

    (Admins, you need a face palm emoji :lol: )

  • yoursunnyyoursunny Member, IPv6 Advocate
    edited June 24

    Thermally optimized routers take DC 48V 20A.
    AC means amateur circuit.

    🤦‍♂️

  • jfreak53jfreak53 Member, Patron Provider

    @yoursunny said:
    Thermally optimized routers take DC 48V 20A.
    AC means amateur circuit.

    🤦‍♂️

    You have yet to send me a toothbrush or lightbulb!!! Come on man!! :lol:

    Thanked by 1yoursunny
  • @jfreak53 said:

    @totally_not_banned said:
    Nice offer. The relation between the various voltages are really a bit confusing though, so sine @ketchup didn't get a direct answer (or i'm too blind once again...): 1U gets 2A regardless of 120 or 240V or is it really 2A@120V vs. 1A@240V? I'm not much of an electrician, so i'm sorry if that's somehow obvious.

    1A@240v = 2A@120v as far as watt usage is concerned :) so if you want 240v you can get it, same wattage since its 240v as the 120v, amps vs watts. Calculation below:

    (Watts = Amps x Volts)

    2A x 120v = 240Watts
    1A x 240v = 240Watts

    Yeah, as far as that bit is concerned i'm actually an electrician, so 2A 240V would obviously been a bit better and your website doesn't actually say anything to the contrary ;)

    So its the same, just some equipment either only runs on 240 or runs better on 240 than it does on 120v and visa versa, more efficiently, so we offer both at same watt usage, amps.

    Well, i'm in Europe and likely would have had to ship my stuff over it would all been 240V anyways (well outside were it's basically just a switch on the PSU). Not 100% sure if i will at some point but 240V 2A would have been tempting ;)

  • edited June 24

    By the way, why don't you just list the Watts? That would be more precise, i guess, and therefore spare random passersby the hope (admittedly i had very little of that) it might be Voltage independent (not that 240W isn't nice).

  • jfreak53jfreak53 Member, Patron Provider

    @totally_not_banned said:
    By the way, why don't you just list the Watts? That would be more precise, i guess, and therefore spare random passersby the hope (admittedly i had very little of that) it might be Voltage independent (not that 240W isn't nice).

    You can always addon at checkout more if you need it.

    Thanked by 1totally_not_banned
  • No way to pay yearly instead of monthly?

  • jfreak53jfreak53 Member, Patron Provider

    @serveradministrator said:
    No way to pay yearly instead of monthly?

    No sorry.

  • kaitkait Member

    You have some sort of bug bounty program or nah? Found funny stuff.

  • jfreak53jfreak53 Member, Patron Provider

    @kait said:
    You have some sort of bug bounty program or nah? Found funny stuff.

    haha send me a message that would be best :smile:

  • tbsworktbswork Member

    @jfreak53 said:

    @tbswork said:
    where is the order page?

    Link is at the top, but here it is again.

    Did you own the DC? How long you have been in colocation business?

  • jfreak53jfreak53 Member, Patron Provider

    @tbswork said:

    @jfreak53 said:

    @tbswork said:
    where is the order page?

    Link is at the top, but here it is again.

    Did you own the DC? How long you have been in colocation business?

    Yes, we own the datacenter, custom built. We've been in the hosting industry for 16 years of the 23 years we've been in business, been in business since 2001. All of this is on our about page on our website www.microtronixdc.com

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