[Chugalug] Any Co-location providers in the area?

Lynn Dixon boodaddy at gmail.com
Wed Jun 19 19:10:46 UTC 2013

Thanks to all that have made suggestions. I am finally back in town from
Red Hat Summit, and have been trying to work with Smith and Hammaker to
find some sort of middle ground for this quandry.  unfortunately, they are
not budging at all.  So, I have no choice but to take my business
elsewhere, and can no longer recommend them to anyone. It's amazing what a
"New CIO" can do for a company right?

I have contacted Peace, and they are going to put together a quote for me
shortly.  I have also contacted the other folks directly whom offered
co-location.  I have tried to find some information for Networks Inc, but
haven't had any luck.

On Thu, Jun 13, 2013 at 7:48 PM, Mike Harrison <cluon at geeklabs.com> wrote:

> On Thu, 13 Jun 2013, Dave Brockman wrote:
>> If you don't find what you need, Networks offers Colo, but not at the
>> price point of those you linked.  If Peace or others don't pan out,
>> feel free to drop me or Jim Wells a line off-list to discuss.
> Been there, done that, doing it yet again for some things.
> I think this is my 3 or 4th server setup at Networks Inc since 2003.
> You get a stable colo, with nice people neighbors on the network,
> and genuine DaveHelp(tm) and JimHelp(tm) which helps with some stranger
> configuration and other needs. It's old school boutique/bespoke colocation
> with a personal touch.
> --Mike--
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