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10000 Loyalty vouchers for 10000 servers


olliegooch
06-03-2011, 20:46
Quote Originally Posted by S0phie
Sorry for the bad translation. It means that if you want to have port 25 on the server unblocked it will cost £50.
You're not going to block port 25 on kimsufi's are you?!?!

Thelen
27-02-2011, 07:48
Seems like he's saying they had 20k servers in 2005, and grown 50k just in 2010 (50% growth), and 10k servers in just 2 months of 2011.

Wow!

Oh, and 20 million euro invested in servers (roughly 400 euro each, sounds about right as especially buying 60k 1.5TB disks would have cost them at least 3 million)

Andy
26-02-2011, 18:37
If port 25 is being blocked then OVH will be losing my custom that's for sure.

Myatu
26-02-2011, 17:15
Quote Originally Posted by LawsHosting
I read it as all boxes are port 25 to 50 blocked by default.
... which is the case with the Cloud (mC and VPS), so it's not unlikely to be the case with the Kimsufi range in the near future (cheap 'disposable' server for mass mailing).

I think staff should clarify whether this is the case or not, before all hell breaks lose: Is - or will - port 25 be blocked by default on Kimsufi servers?

LawsHosting
26-02-2011, 11:00
Quote Originally Posted by S0phie
Sorry for the bad translation. It means that if you want to have port 25 on the server unblocked it will cost £50.
If it was blocked due to spam I presume, yeah?
I read it as all boxes are port 25 to 50 blocked by default.

oles@ovh.net
26-02-2011, 06:06
Good evening,

And the second round complements the first one: +10,000
vouchers. Only pending to "match" some references <2005
as the "start" or "piv". Then the HG.

In total 19,993 vouchers for 19,993 new servers
were sent to 5690 different clients who had
7944 servers over 2 years in OVH (or 3 years
in the case of kimsufi). The (very) loyal customers who keep
their servers for (very) long. La crème de la crème.

For the rest, as we had already announced, the park is
our servers is (very) recent. OVH manages just under
100,000 servers. And therefore, with more than 50,000 servers
delivered in 2010, we can say that more than 50% of the park
is less than 12 months old. This is done through massive
investment (20m€ in 2010) in new servers
that are delivered to you every day of the week in
less than 1 hour. In 2011, as we have already delivered
more than 10,000 servers in two months, we go on
a speed of 60,000 servers that we control without
problem.

Regards,
Octave

S0phie
25-02-2011, 17:13
Sorry for the bad translation. It means that if you want to have port 25 on the server unblocked it will cost £50.

LawsHosting
25-02-2011, 16:25
Quote Originally Posted by oles@ovh.net
- kimsufi (will be 0 installation fees
and unblocking of ports 25 to 50)
Come again?

jonlewi5
24-02-2011, 02:06
Good evening,
Well, the first round of good loyalty is gone

The result of racing: nearly 10,000 reward good
were sent to a total value for 500'000E
buy 10,000 new servers.

These vouchers can be used for:
- fps (fps the future coming out in less than 2 weeks)
- rps (few weeks)
- kimsufi (that will pass in 0 and installation costs
unblocking port 25 to 50th)
- sp
- eg
- mg
- hg (commutable with public vouchers)

An additional program fidelity will be on HG
put in place a few days (the time to code
the algorithm).

The RPS and VPS will lead to good Loyalty
also in the same way as the kimsufi. It must be encoded.

Regards
Octave

oles@ovh.net
24-02-2011, 02:00
Good evening,

Well, the first round of loyalty points have been awarded

The result of the race is: nearly 10,000 coupons were sent with a total value for 500'000 euros to buy 10,000 new servers.

These points can be used for:
- vps (vps will be coming out in less than 2 weeks)
- rps (due in a few weeks)
- kimsufi (will be 0 installation fees and unblocking of ports 25 at £50)
- sp
- eg
- mg
- hg (can be used with other promotions)

An additional loyalty scheme will be available on HG which will be put in place in a few days (need time to code the algorithm).

The RPS and VPS will also generate some coupons the same way as the kimsufi.

Regards,

Octave