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  • #16
    Originally posted by Bilco105 View Post
    It contributed as much as all your previous posts have contributed so far, which is the square root of naff all.
    Why do you expect others to contribute more than you then?

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    • #17
      Originally posted by yusuf90 View Post
      Hi guys

      i just wanted to know How much is data center?

      if i want onne in uk.
      £80.

      HTH

      Cheers
      ••• Mark Castle •••

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      • #18
        Originally posted by markcastle View Post
        £80.

        HTH

        Cheers
        indeed, I'm going with ten dollar.
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        • #19
          How do you know he's an Arab?

          Originally posted by H0stZealot View Post
          As it obviously is a postcount increase thread from an Arab who does not read forum FAQ and hopes that having 30 posts will let him post ads here, sarcastic replies are obvious...

          True answer would be - price of renting a rack varies from £500-1500/month, as Ed said and renting a whole one/building a new one is impossible unless you have really huge money, "hundreds of millions of do-lars" )))
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          • #20
            The cost to build a data center is frequently quoted on a price-per-square-foot basis. Depending on where you are, this cost could be as minimal as $200 per square foot, but it can range as high as $1,000 per square foot or more. Data Privacy should also be considered while implementing it.

            regards,
            Lewis

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