Neowin: Server move complete

I'm pleased to announce that the upgrade and server move is complete.

DaveLegg worked through most of yesterday and last night to add back our servers into the mix to assist our uber cool new 64-bit server, which for most of last week was the only server running Neowin while our server guy picked up our 4 older servers from the Chicago DC, so they could be transferred to our new data-center in the area of Plymouth, Michigan.

We are now on a multi-homed connection and the speeds today are fantastic, for me from Europe! For those that have no idea what has taken place the last few weeks or so, I have including a list of previous announcements where members also posted comments that we did our best to answer. Thanks for your patience and for sticking by us!

View: Neowin: Server update news 2 - 10 Aug announcement
View: Neowin: Server update news 1 - 7 Aug announcement
View: Neowin: New server going online today! - August 4th announcement
View: New server ordered for Neowin - July 2nd announcement

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Great news Stephen and those of you who make Neowin possible!
Iv'e been coming here daily since I signed up (a lonnnnnnnnnnnng time ago) and I will continue to do so Great work again guys!

Congrats on the move! I've noticed it was quicker even when you only had that 1 shiny server. I'm surprised there are no servers located in Europe with the huge European crowd that comes on Neowin.

(gnuman said @ #6)
Congrats on the move! I've noticed it was quicker even when you only had that 1 shiny server. I'm surprised there are no servers located in Europe with the huge European crowd that comes on Neowin.

The cost of bandwidth and DC space in Europe is much larger then in the US. Even EU based companies host in the US. Come to think of it, I read an article where the UK government was doing its hosting in the US too

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