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    co-location trap???


    what should we look into very careful in co-location?
    no experience with co-location.

    thanks!
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    wish to use AT 89c51 single chip computer to do remote sensing and send the data back from woods to office via nokie 3330 and internet. HOW?
    first I must revise C program thro' example, what's next?
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    We went with AT&T for a co location solution. We used Foundry server Irons switches for transparent failover (Radware also makes a product). We have a frame connection from our local data center to AT&Ts and we user rsync to update the remote machines. We also looked @ sungard and sprint but AT&T had the better deal. I think you should first identify what your CO LO requirements are ( i.e geographical diversity, transparent failover) then decide on who best fits your needs.

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