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qutaiba73

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Jul 22, 2019
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hi everyone

I need advise for the best company provide direct server to connect the speed connections is 10 Gbps the data are from 2 to 4 TB with a good support service and a good processor to stream for plex .. price not a big deal
 

Datamonkeh

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Jan 20, 2018
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Perhaps give us some idea of where in the world you need this to be, how much data you need to be able to move per month and some sort of budget as despite what you say, it’s pointless me linking you to $10k/m servers if you only want to spend $1K.
 

qutaiba73

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Jul 22, 2019
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Thank u for answering, the location is Europe, the data around 100 TB connected to google drive, the most important part is the connection speed
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I have a server includes the plan(SX132 ) but the connection is poor with high lag for out of europe
 
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Datamonkeh

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The problem tends not to be the headline connection speed, but the transit peering/routing to consumer grade ISP’s and then the end users themselves doing things like using wireless clients and putting them behind big RF shielded objects like TV’s or in corners of rooms etc. How many users are we talking about and where are they located exactly?
 

Edrock200

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Nov 17, 2019
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I had really good performance, peering, unlimited bw and a good price with online.net (scaleway) who also has hezner style server auctions. I never really pushed it too hard but the first month I did 100TB easily as I transferred everything and never had any issues or notices or anything. It would near max out the connection for usenet pulls. My particular server was based out of france. It did not have 10G, only 1G connection, but I'm sure they offer 10G. I'm not affiliated with them, just sharing my experience. Ultimately I let that server go because I needed a larger box and decided to pick a provider that was closer to home. If money really is no object, you may want to consider building a google cloud VPS on NVME out of the europe data center (assuming you're using Google Drive.) I know this isn't a dedicated server but you can spec them out to outperform a dedicated box fairly easily.
 

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