Alexander, from LiquidHost, has sent in four very nice offers across five locations in the USA! Not all offers are available in all locations, though.
Alexander, from LiquidHost, has sent in four very nice offers across five locations in the USA! Not all offers are available in all locations, though. LiquidHost has been around since 2011 and Alexander tells me it will be registered as an LLC in Bulgaria in the first quarter of 2014. He also notes that additional staff are being hired to handle the support load, which is always a good thing. The servers LiquidHost uses are all equiped with fairly modern CPUs and RAID configurations. Most servers have RAID10 and the ones that do not have it, will get it soon. Tunneled IPv6 is available on request. LiquidHost gets pretty good feedback, but feel free to share your experiences with us here!
|2GB Special||LEB 256
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|3GB Special||LEB 256
Liquid Solutions accept payments through Credit and Debit Cards via PayPal. They operate with a fairly strict non-refund policy. Their ToS allows fair use of their shared resources which are IO and CPU, so if you don’t go overboard you should be fine. Among their list of addons they have up to 5-10Gbit UDP and TCP flood protection on peaks for $3/month/IP, internal IP’s for complex setups and with traffic not being counted, free offsite backup available on request and “DNS services.” Anything illegal in the US is not allowed, as per their current Terms of Service.
Servers are located in Seattle and LA with ColoCrossing at the Netriver and QuadraNet facilities.
- Seattle, WA (ColoCrossing): 126.96.36.199
- Los Angeles, CA (ColoCrossing): 188.8.131.52
- Lenoir, NC (Dacentec): 184.108.40.206
- Dallas, TX (LimeStone Networks): 220.127.116.11
- Chicago, IL (ColoCrossing): ?