> You might want to try Hurricane Electric
> <http://www.he.net/spaceservices.html>. Multiple OC-3's (apparently
> they're litereally down the hall from MAE-West), Linux servers, ssh,
> gcc, and just about everything else you might need including MySQL.
> And their service is very low cost.
> I can't imagine Hurricane not having what you need. I've been
> dealing with them for a long time, and I have never had a problem
> with them.
I looked at them and chose to go elsewhere because I needed
support for both PHP and MySQL, and the versions they had of each
were terribly obsolete, and they had no interest in upgrading.
I ended up going with Alabanza (www.alabanza.com) and have found them
to be easy to work with and economical. They have PHP 3.0.6 (only
one step off from current) and MySQL 3.21.x; they said they would
move up to 3.22.whatever once the 3.22 series was done undergoing
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