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Right now I host my own servers running around 150 websites and hosting email for around 100 clients.

I'm thinking about moving to VM servers hosted off site or renting servers is a data center some place.

At this time I'm paying $125 a month per server unit on a rack.

Anyone know of any good places to rent server space from. I would like it not to be hosted in Florida or in hurricane alley.
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by:willbaclimon
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Have you looked into Rackspace or fleetllc.com?
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by:ComputerTechie
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it depend on what you need. I have used netfirms.com and hostingatoz.com

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Rackspace owns slicehost, you can spin up a 384k slice for about 25.00/month and do anything you wish with it with full server root access.

I recommend slicehost.

You can host multiple websites and even install physical ip addresses for seo on each site if need be.

I am currently running  a couple of virtual servers there and one of them is a MS/MU Version of wordpress with multiple domain names with fixed IP addresses for each for seo/ssl abilities.

Check them out.
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Slicehost looks good but is there any host sites like that for windows no linux
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