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New York Dedicated [Looking]

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Hi,

I am looking for a dedicated server located in New York.

I would like one of the following servers:

- Dual Quad Core L5420 | 8 GB RAM +

- Quad Core E3-1240 | 8 GB RAM +

- Dual Quad Core E5620 | 8 GB RAM +

- Dual Quad Core 5520 | 8 GB RAM +

Let me know if you have any offers or any provider suggestions.

Thanks!

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What sort of budget do you have? This will help us to point you in the right direction.

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What is the price range you're looking for?

What sort of budget do you have? This will help us to point you in the right direction.

I am looking something between 100 and 200 dollars. Windows OS and at least 5 IPs Included.

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Just try AccuWebHosting.

You can choose any Dedicated Hosting plan among various plans from following URL :

Dedicated Server

AccuWebHosting also able to create a completely personalized configuration that meets your exact needs.

Regards.

Your prices are way to high compared to your competition.

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Mostly servers located new york are expensive,

you should look datacenter located pennsylvania, it's much cheaper and you will get almost the same connection speed.

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Hi,

    NY servers are expensive , Dallas servers will do same job if you want ,if you want i can help you source ...kindly pm me

 

THanks

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why do you keep on digging up threads that are nearly a year old or older?

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You can check the hosting offer section for better deals I think you can get some fgood budget hosting for 150 USD

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If someone does manage to hack their network and servers, what is their guarantee of being able to restore your data? What measures do they have in place for this?

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