[linux] Good upload speeds
Mark L. Chang
mlchang at u.washington.edu
Sun Jul 20 23:12:36 PDT 2003
Tough to get 512k up for $100 or less. Speakeasy can't touch that, and
if you are running an important server, the home DSL has no SLA, so that
might be a consideration.
Do you need colo? How about dedicated servers? Check webhostingtalk.com
and ask for a colo in the Westin or somewhere in Seattle.
On Sun, Jul 20, 2003 at 03:26:35PM -0700 or thereabouts, Dejan Nikic wrote:
> Hey guys,
> I know there was some talk about this few months ago, but I was
> wondering if you know of any service DSL or whatever that has good
> upload speeds, say 512k or more. I need it to be under 100$. I looked
> around for Co-location but all the ones in seattle area are around 100$
> or more, so I figured it would be better to host it at my own place,
> since it doesn't need to be really fast, it's not gona have thousands of
> hits a day and stuff. Just my personal server for some remote work and
> So shoot me with your suggestions.
> Thank you.
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