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Kimsufi Special Editions


dreamserv
10-01-2012, 15:52
thanks for this good news

RichardWnl
07-01-2012, 17:20
Looks like they are going to be out of stock really soon. So grab them while you can!

Andy
07-12-2011, 10:05
It's a short term offer using older parts. Grab them while you can as they are fairly good value compared to the MG/EG range.

yonatan
06-12-2011, 22:56
very very very nice addition!

i didn't notice the new offers.
for Sure ill grab some xeons as soon as my newest projects rolls into production phase.

wow 10TB traffic that's A-LOT

is the stock limitation on the site all you guys got? or this is a long term offer?
if it's not long term so ill just get the ordinary MG/EG servers that i work with normally...

I need the CPU power.

dima1236
06-12-2011, 19:33
This lines were added only after my post here :|
Quote Originally Posted by turbanator
Traffic is unlimited. If you exceed 10TB/month, the connection will be limited to 10 Mbps. You can buy additional TB of traffic directly from your manager: 0.89 per TB

they are not unlimited either.

turbanator
06-12-2011, 03:45
Quote Originally Posted by dima1236
Maybe it isn't 1Gbit to the internet, but those are 100mbit unmetered servers which can be useful for some people
Traffic is unlimited. If you exceed 10TB/month, the connection will be limited to 10 Mbps. You can buy additional TB of traffic directly from your manager: 0.89 per TB

they are not unlimited either.

turbanator
04-12-2011, 02:24
i am happy with server4you their unlimited 100Mbps rocks and at cheap price

dima1236
03-12-2011, 23:53
Maybe it isn't 1Gbit to the internet, but those are 100mbit unmetered servers which can be useful for some people

Winit
03-12-2011, 22:45
Why bother listing the NIC speed in the first place? It's better to list the actual port speed. You wouldn't catch LeaseWeb doing such a thing.

NickW
03-12-2011, 19:57
Quote Originally Posted by Winit
Advertising the NIC as GigaEthernet is not on. I wish OVH would stop the misleading advertising.
But the NIC is GigaEthernet* .

*Only connected to switch at 100Mbps

Yes, misleading but they're not exactly lying.

Winit
03-12-2011, 18:03
Advertising the NIC as GigaEthernet is not on. I wish OVH would stop the misleading advertising.

Razakel
02-12-2011, 22:12
Quote Originally Posted by inet
yeah we will see these on .co.uk at all
They're here, the link on the front page is broken:

http://www.kimsufi.co.uk/special_edition/

inet
02-12-2011, 17:50
yeah we will see these on .co.uk at all

mike_
02-12-2011, 14:10
Quote Originally Posted by turbanator
they have to be 1Gbps. if they are 100mbps i would rather pick the i5 and i7 o.O
If you mean the Kimsufis then these are also 100Mbit connections, they just have GigE NICs.

OVH's cheapest server with a gigabit Internet connection is 99.99/month.

turbanator
02-12-2011, 04:59
no thanks then

makno
02-12-2011, 02:18
on the page it says gigabit NIC but further down the page connection: 100Mbit

turbanator
01-12-2011, 04:55
they have to be 1Gbps. if they are 100mbps i would rather pick the i5 and i7 o.O

Trojan
30-11-2011, 23:07
Let's hope they can give you a Gbit uplink if you nag hard enough and pay them a rediculous amount of money.

Razakel
30-11-2011, 21:55
Quote Originally Posted by Trojan
They will make a couple (30-ish) non-standard server untill they are sold out. Configuration will vary depending on the needs.
CPU's are not that great, but they have software raid, which allows them to use (imho descent) virtualisation like citrix or vmware.
And more important, all three of them have Gbit uplink. Considering those threads begging for Gbit i think some people will be pleased.

http://www.kimsufi.com/fr/bons_plans/index.xml
Doesn't look like it has a gigabit port unfortunately, they just have gigabit NICs (like the normal Kimsufis).

Trojan
30-11-2011, 19:20
They will make a couple (30-ish) non-standard server untill they are sold out. Configuration will vary depending on the needs.
CPU's are not that great, but they have software raid, which allows them to use (imho descent) virtualisation like citrix or vmware.
And more important, all three of them have Gbit uplink. Considering those threads begging for Gbit i think some people will be pleased.

http://www.kimsufi.com/fr/bons_plans/index.xml

Andy
30-11-2011, 19:08
Can someone please enlighten me as to what this is in English? The translated version makes no sense to me.

mike_
30-11-2011, 15:42
Will these offers be put on kimsufi.co.uk?

oles@ovh.net
30-11-2011, 14:30
Hello,
A few years ago, we set up the Kimsufi offers to counter
the offers from our competitors in France and Europe.
Since then, we've developed Kimsufi range according to
what our competitors offer. This is range is the same, if
not better, just to keep the pressure on the market.

Napoleon said "The best defence is a good offense."

OVH said "Why do we have all this violence? We're
no longer in the Middle Ages".

Under the tag "Special Editions" ,OVH is now offering
limited quantities of Kimsufi over time. The purpose
of these offers is to offer dedicated servers that are
beyond the "norm" of the market and at the same
time put a little spice into the dedicated server market.
From Red Hot Chilli Peppers. Red Hot what

At this price level, we're looking to better address
the servers between 20 p/m and 50 p/m.

Technically speaking, we will enjoy the fact that
OVH has its own assembly line of dedicated servers
that are ready to switch production from one day to
another. We will use them by changing the type of
production every 2 or 3 days to make the unique
configurations.

We also seek to better meet the needs of some customers
who can't find what they need in the current range.
Infact, we will do a lot of configuration tests and other
trade-off between CPU, RAM and hard-drives to find a
better ratio of these three ingredients for the prices our
customers expect.

We also think it's another way to fight against
turnover. The customer pays less for more resources
and can not order the same server twice as it is
special edition and therefore limited in quantity. So
it should be more difficult for this customer to release
the server with resources / price that's significantly
higher than average. We will also use these offers
to use the hardware that is more palatable to the
market as a standard offering but it is an excellent
compromise for a cheaper price.

In short, we could do a lot of things with these "special
edition" Kimsufis.

Learn more:
www.kimsufi.co.uk

All the best

Octave