Depends on your specs. Amps - IPs - bandwidth - port?Yes I am aware of Volumedrive's 19.95$ colo. But it is possible that you will not get your hardware back lol
So how much realistically is the lowest prices on colocation nowadays?
from their Twitter feed last week:Lowest price? Free, raspberry PI colo at EDIS.
Anyone taken PCExtreme up on their offer? Anyone use them for other services? Anyone have info on their network, ASN, upstream(s), etc?PCExtreme offers Rasberry PI colo for €3 monthly in their DC (DC is Gyro Center II in Amsterdam)
They're a large (as in 20 employees) host and have a whole floor in Gyro Center DC. The one negative is their customer service.Anyone taken PCExtreme up on their offer? Anyone use them for other services? Anyone have info on their network, ASN, upstream(s), etc?
Do you know how much bandwidth you'd be looking for?very basic 1u hardware I guess?
Who is your parent company?Just thinking for a data center to offer colo sub $20 you either have to have tons of space or have a section of your facility you dedicate to really budget colo and sell things sub your full rates. That doesn't always mean support has to suffer either.
We have seen raspberry pi colo for sub $20 so maybe it can be done if the colo facility wants too. Our parent company sells colo for $40/mo. But I would be interested in discussing to see if we could implement something like that here for vpsBoard members.
Seems everything can be commoditized except for true enterprise level private cloud at the moment due to expensive infrastructure.
http://www.ocosa.com by the look of it.Who is your parent company?