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[25 Aug 2005] Review: Layered Technologies
  The company Layered Technologies often is named as LT or Layertech. It suggest co-location and cheap hosting server(dedicated). All dedicated plans are self-managed, but you can purchase per incident support or premium tech support.
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[24 Aug 2005] Setting up a Dedicated Counter Strike Source Server by TBONIUS
  Counter Strike: Source is the long awaited update to the original Half Life mod Counterstrike (http://www.counter-strike.net). This update includes all the original maps and missions, with the exception of adding an updated engine support for the new popular Half Life 2 game engine.
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[20 Aug 2005] Benefits of Hosting on a Dedicated Server by Frances Rhea
  Although it may seem more expensive that other hosting solutions, hosting your web site(s) on your own dedicated server (DS) is more advantageous than shared hosting. A shared web site hosting company can not be 100% reliable and stable. If you obtain your own DS, it is possible to avoid most of the problems that affect the reliability and stability of a shared server hosting account.
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[15 Aug 2005] Leaning Towards Co-Location
  With the online industry at a halt, ebusiness economists struggle to reduce operational costs for their companies. For those dot coms that thrive on traffic, there is no doubt that efforts have been focused on reducing hosting and bandwidth costs. And many have asked themselves "Is co-location cheaper than a managed server?"
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[03 Aug 2005] Tommy Lai. Are You Dedicated to Your Web Site?
  Perhaps you're wondering what dedicated servers (DS) are and whether you need one.
Or perhaps you already know you need it but are stuck when it comes to choosing a host.
Whatever the case, here are a few guidelines to help you make a decision.
Do You Need It?
When renting server space from a host, you basically have two options: rent shared server space or rent a DS.
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[12 Jul 2005] Co-Location or Dedicated Server Rental by: Zak Boca
  With the online industry primarily at a halt (or an amazing stand still at best,) e-business economists are struggling to reduce operating costs for their respective companies. For the dot coms thriving on high traffic, there is no doubt efforts have been put towards trying to reduce hosting or bandwidth costs. As the Internet server hosting market has evolved, many companies have focused a great deal of time into determining the cost advantages and disadvantages of collocation over dedicated serving.
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[10 Jul 2005] Managed Hosting: What's it all about? by: By Candice Humbley
  A new trend, appearing in the Web Hosting industry, is the concept of Managed Web Hosting. Web hosts have been offering dedicated servers for a while now, however, because these servers can be difficult to operate technically, there has been a demand for web hosts to provide extra services such as: reporting and monitoring; managed load balancing; managed security; managed storage; and, managed databases. These extra services are referred to as 'managed hosting'.
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[1 Jul 2005] Web hosting Benefits of a Dedicated Server
  Hosting your web sites on your own dedicated server (DS) may seem a little expensive in comparison to shared web hosting, but the end result is more advantageous. Shared web hosting, no matter how well managed, cannot be 100% reliable and stable. However if you have your own DS you can manage to avoid most of the variables affecting the reliability and stability of a server, commonly experienced by shared hosting accounts; variables such as: overload, bad codes and scripts from other users (especially beginners); and, too many applications and components uploaded, and so on.
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