Located in Porter Square, Cambridge. In business for 12 years without
any external financing! Few other colocation providers can say that :)
- Alex Aminoff
On 04/13/2012 12:09 PM, Dave Pascoe wrote:
> Here are some other suggestions - can't guarantee anything about current
> 1) TowardEX at 1 Summer Street (http://www.towardex.com) - check out
> their QuantumColo - you can lease a few U. Great network and service.
> 4U for around $450/month - though check with them and see if you can
> work out a deal.
> 2) One Communications in Marlboro, MA (just barely outside 495) - though
> they are now owned by Earthlink and I don't know if Earthlink will keep
> the colo pieces. You might also check out Access Northeast in Marlboro,
> not far away: http://www.accessnortheast.com/solutions/colocation/ >
> 3) Expedient http://www.expedient.com/get-a-quote/index-b.php - I know
> nothing about them except that there may be space there. Probably not
> as inexpensive as you want.
> There are other options, but most of them focus on selling extra
> services that you don't need, and their colo prices have never been cheap.
> Too bad you're (we're) not in the Bay Area - lots more options there.
> Hope this helps.
> On 4/13/12 11:08 AM, Michael Sprague wrote:
>> A friend of mine runs Techevolution in Lynn, MA. They do basic colo.
>> Not sure what the space situation is these days though.
>> http://www.techevolution.com >>
>> Feel free to tell them I sent you. :-)
>> On 04/13/2012 09:25 AM, Edward Ned Harvey wrote:
>>>> From: bblisa-bounces@bbli... [mailto:bblisa-bounces@bbli...] On
>>>> Behalf Of Dave Pascoe
>>>> To get reasonable answers to this question you really need to answer a
>>>> few key questions (which I am sure you know):
>>> Well, for the immediate need, we're talking about a small number of servers
>>> (say, 4 or so). Any power availability would be ok. Must have network
>>> availability (without leadtime for installation), and obviously, building
>>> managed cooling and physical security.
>>> Location could be anywhere within the 495 belt, or possibly even just
>>> outside. Remote hands not important.
>>> It wants to be low cost. It's the sort of thing that could be hosted in my
>>> basement, if business class network offering is available at my house. But
>>> it's for a small business, and I have no interest in having said servers in
>>> my basement.
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