Nocster™ co-location services are a perfect solution for large corporations, system administration savvy individuals, and reseller/presence providers. Hosting services on a shared server are sometimes not enough to allow you the kind of control, configuration, power, and accessibility that you require. You may have the knowledge to administrate and maintain your own servers... so why pay a hosting firm to do it for you? When such is the case, you need to consider Nocster™ co-location services. You can fully control hardware, software, and backups, changing anything as you deem fit. For a lower price than installing and maintaining a network at your own location, at Nocster™ you can co-locate your servers and save a bundle!
Co-Location Service Pricing Options
Setup Fee $49.95/PORT
Fully Burstable Bandwidth per MBPS $200.00/MBPS
Fully Burstable Bandwidth per 50GB $75.00/MONTH
Fully Burstable Bandwidth per 1GB $2.00/GB
Fully Burstable Bandwidth - 10MBPS+ EMAIL FOR CUSTOM QUOTE
NOCSTER - High-Bandwidth, Low-Cost, Managed Services from BurstNET.
BurstNET Technologies, Inc.™ is a world-wide leader in Web Hosting and Internet Solutions. The privately held and debt-free company, based in North-Eastern Pennsylvania, services clientele in over 100 countries around the world. BurstNET™ began in 1991 as a computer hardware/software retail firm and distributorship. Shortly after incorporating in late 1996, the company quickly made the transition to providing internet services. BurstNET™ established itself in the industry prior to the explosion of the web hosting market. The company has experienced exceptional growth and currently hosts more than 50,000 domains worldwide, on the 1000+ managed dedicated servers and co-located machines currently in the facility.
The network is connected via OC-Level fiber connections to Verizon™ (Formerly Bell Atlantic PA) & Cambrian™, as well as gigabit fiber from PPL Telcom™, (a sub-division of Pennsylvania Power & Electric™ - PPL™) and Commonwealth Telephone™ (CTSI™), NorthEast PA's 2nd largest Telco. The network currently connects BurstNET POPs (Points of Presence) in Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, Philadelphia, & New York City, with others to be completed shortly. BurstNET™ utilizes 100MBPS Gigabit Fiber from Global Crossing (http://www.glbx.com), and 100MBPS Metro Fast Ethernet drops from Level3™ (http://www.level3.com), Verio™ (http://www.verio.com), XO™ Communications (http://www.xo.com), MFN™/AboveNET™ (http://www.mfn.com) (3rd QTR), & Cogent™ (http://www.cogentco.com). For redundancy, BurstNET™ is currently running BGP4 (border gateway routing protocol) to maintain the speed and uptime. If one backbone line goes down, it will balance the load to the other(s). If one line gets congested, it will load balance the traffic. BurstNET™ is currently negotiating with major backbone providers to open POPs in the BurstNET™ Scranton PA facility. BurstNET™ is currently the only major data center/co-lo facility within 60-75 miles of the Tier-3 Scranton/Wilkes-Barre PA USA Metro Area.