Well, it looks like we may need to find a new web hosting arrangement for TR.
Our requirements are pretty lightweight, in the grand scheme, but we need either two rack units for co-location or perhaps a couple of dedicated servers. (Some really fast VMs might be a possibility.) We need them to be hosted at a for-real data center. We're talking about a facility with near-spotless uptime, multi-point Internet connectivity, multiple redundant power sources, and a NOC with hands-on help available.
An ideal situation would be a provider willing to offer us its services in exchange for advertising here at TR. We'd want to check you out and make sure you're worth recommending to our readers, of course.
If you're serious about working with us, please contact me via email. We can talk about the specifics of our requirements there. Thanks!
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