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Must Be Halloween Because Aquatis Has a MONSTER Server Deal For You!

AquatisIt’s always refreshing to see a provider with distinctive marketing. After seeing so many NounHost, VerbHost, and AdjectiveHost, here comes Aquatis!

They’re an Ohio company hosting out of Tampa and  they contacted us to share a giant dedi server offer with you all.  It’s not a bargain-basement-priced system but we like to share a variety of offers.  If you’re looking for a big server, check this out:

  • Dual E5-2698v3 (32c/64t)
  • Dual 2TB SSD
  • 30TB bandwdith
  • 1Tbps Path.net DDoS Proection
  • $125/month!

Cool!  CPUs are a bit older but nice to see both dual disk and quality DDoS protection.

Aquatis has been around since 2016.  Here’s a little more about them in their own words:

“We would like to thank the admins of LowEndBox for the opportunity to post our offers for the community. Our host, Aquatis.Host opened in 2016 within the gaming community. Since that day we have grown a strong community and expanded to multiple locations. Our newest location is Tampa, Florida.

With that being said, we are excited to announce that Aquatis has expanded our dedicated server offerings to Tampa, Florida. To celebrate this we have put together a special deal on one of our powerful server offerings.”

Now read on for network test info and link to the deal!


Hivelocity – Tampa, Florida (United States)
Test IPv4:
Test IPv6: 2602:ffc5:10d:100::4


2x Intel Xeon E5-2698v3 32 core 64 threads
1x 2TB SSD Storage
1Gbps Uplink
IPv4 /29 (5 usable IPs) + IPv6 /64 Subnet
30TB Bandwidth
Tampa, FL Location
DDoS Protection Via Path.net


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