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QuadraNet – Xeon Dedicated Server w/ DDoS Protection for $39/month!

Adam from QuadraNet is back with a Los Angeles dedicated server offer to celebrate the New Year. QuadraNet has also recently introduced a new client management platform, named “NEO.” NEO gives QuadraNet customers full control over all aspects of their relationship with QuadraNet. QuadraNet’s skilled development team has integrated its DDOS mitigation, provisioning, management, and ticketing systems to one portal: NEO. Screenshots of their proprietary client portal may be found here.

In their own words:

“QuadraNet is a datacenter which has been operating since 2001. QuadraNet operates its own datacenter facilities with its own network infrastructure (AS8100), equipment and IP space. They started under the brand “OC3 Networks,” OC3 Networks acquired MultiPoint and then a subsidary brand to focus on dedicated servers was started under a brand named PacificRack. All these brands eventually came together merged into one, “QuadraNet.” They are well-known and popular in LowEndBox/LowEndTalk community as they are used by many VPS hosting providers.”

Their WHOIS is public, they are a registered company in the USA, their legal docs can be found here , and they accept credit cards, PayPal, Checks, and wire payments as method of payment.

Here’s the offer:

Xeon Dedicated Server – Limited Time Offer
This offer includes 3Gbps of QuadraNet VEST DDoS Mitigation, you can also upgrade to their Asia-Optimized network for an additional $5/month.
  • Intel Xeon X3220 Quad Core – 2.4Ghz, 8M Cache, 1066FSB
  • 8GB RAM
  • 1TB SATA 7,200RPM Enterprise HDD
  • 10TB Traffic
  • 100Mbps Uplink
  • /29 IPv4 – 5 Usable IPs
  • /64 IPv6 – Millions of IPs
  • KVM over IP, Remote Power Control
  • $39/month (***$20 FIRST MONTH***)
  • INCLUDES: Noction Intelligent Routing Platform Enabled Network
  • INCLUDES: 3Gbps Detect & Mitigate QuadraNet VEST DDoS Protection
  • [Order Now]
Network info: 

QuadraNet, Inc Datacenter, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Test IPv4: 198.55.111.5
Test IPv4 Asia-optimized: 204.152.218.25
Test IPv6: 2607:fcd0:0:a::2
Test File: http://repos.lax-noc.com/speedtests/100mb.bin

For those interested, QuadraNet Los Angeles Network consists of the following carriers:

GT-T/TiNet — Transit — 1 x 10Gbps
PCCW/BTN — Transit — 1 x 10Gbps
ChinaUnicom — Transit — 1 x 10Gbps
Cogent Communications — Transit — 1 x 10Gbps
Telia — Transit — 1 x 10Gbps
China Telecom — Transit — 1 x 10Gbps
AboveNet/Zayo — Transit — 1 x 10Gbps
Equinix Exchange — Peering — 1 x 10Gbps
Any2Exchange — Peering – 1 x 10Gbps
Host.net — Transit — 2 x 10Gbps
HiNet Taiwan — Peering — 1 x 10Gbps
Google Direct — Peering — 1x 10Gbps
Plus hundreds of additional network peers

13 Comments

  1. Well I can vouch for them… I have used their servers from the previous sales and they have been really good.. All the best!!

    January 22, 2018 @ 1:35 pm | Reply
  2. Thank you for sharing our offers!

    If this particular server doesn’t meet your requirements, and you’re seeking a custom dedicated server (or colocation) configuration – please feel free to email me directly at adam.ng@quadranet.com. I make deals and would be happy to custom tailor a solution based around your requirements.

    Thanks!

    January 22, 2018 @ 1:50 pm | Reply
  3. Dustin B. Cisneros:

    All I can say is CLICK ORDER NOW — Badass deals can be found there :)

    http://banners.quadranet.com/secretsale/

    January 22, 2018 @ 2:36 pm | Reply
  4. temp:

    For recode, in South Korea (LG dacom) ping difference between normal one asia optimized one is around 10ms.
    (133ms for asia-optimized, 142ms for normel one) but it’s 6am here, so it may be have bigger gap in peak hour.

    P.S /64 IPv6 has 18 quadrillion address. a million address would be around /108

    January 23, 2018 @ 4:13 pm | Reply
    • Dustin B. Cisneros:

      Latency isn’t everything with our Asian Optimized IPs as with our Asian Optimized IPs we can adjust routes in+out and optimize on demand based on client feedback. It’s a very favored network for those in that region or focusing on a service offering towards it.

      As for the IPv6, we know, just like everyone and it’s quite pleasureful knowing you’re getting MILLIONs of IPv6, in most cases, this is enough to understand what you’re getting a very nice allocation :)

      January 28, 2018 @ 10:17 pm | Reply
  5. Dustin B. Cisneros:

    For those interested in our Asian Optimized blend which includes CN2, the cost difference is + $5/m to upgrade your primary IPv4 allocation to Asian Optimized for this particular promo.

    January 28, 2018 @ 10:19 pm | Reply
  6. greg:

    I can also vouch for QuadraNet, I’ve had a dedi with them for the last few months (moved a dedi over to them) and I love ’em, their portal is extremely useful, you can edit your own rDNS info, very steady! I’m glad I made the move and they went above and beyond for me to get my business, I signed up with them from a WHT (webhostingtalk) thread and talked to Dustin personally, and he was extremely helpful in getting my dedi up.

    February 5, 2018 @ 10:50 pm | Reply
    • Thank you Greg, we really appreciate it and look forward to growing with you!

      February 6, 2018 @ 3:57 pm | Reply
    • Dustin B. Cisneros:

      Greg, thank you for sharing this. Appreciate the opportunity – thank you!

      February 11, 2018 @ 11:22 pm | Reply
  7. Andrew:

    So I tried to order one of these, and it said someone would be in touch about my order.

    I placed a order for it on Saturday/Sunday I believe, and haven’t heard anything yet from them at all. No email, or phone call.

    February 6, 2018 @ 12:51 pm | Reply
    • Hi Andrew,

      I’m not seeing an order dating from the weekend that is not processed yet. Can you please email me with your details? adam.ng@quadranet.com

      Thanks,

      February 6, 2018 @ 3:55 pm | Reply
    • Dustin B. Cisneros:

      Hi Andrew,
      I know Adam commented; can you please let us know the ticket number? We’re eager to partner with you.

      February 11, 2018 @ 11:23 pm | Reply

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