Dedicated server package details:

DS5-P (Performance)

Operating system pre-installed on the server.
CPU brand and type of the server.
Intel Xeon 2.33GHz
Disk space:
Amount of storage space available on the server.
Available RAM size on the server.
Internet bandwidth transfer limit.
Physical location of the data center.
Washington, USA
One-time setup fee the hosting provider charges.
Whether the hosting provider can manage the server for you.
Atlas Networks
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Atlas Networks

Company Info:
Company title:
The public name of the company.
Company ownership type.
Privately Held
Estimated annual revenue of this company.
$0 - 1M ($500,000 estimated) Ranked 67 at HostMonk
Estimated number of employees of this company.
0 - 25 (15 estimated) Ranked 47 at HostMonk
Number of public contacts listed at
2 contacts at Jigsaw
Jigsaw company details:
Description of this company available at

Atlas Networks was founded in early 2008 with the vision of providing companies, from startups to enterprises, the back office tools to streamline their organization. In taking the hassle of managing these systems out of the workplace and bringing it under the administration of a team of technology experts in a secured data center, Atlas Networks delivers to businesses an increase in efficiency and a reduction in their overall cost of operations.

Atlas Networks is a subsidiary of Atlas Accelerator, founded in 1996, which specializes in teaming with entrepreneurs and the Northwest venture community. Bringing products and solutions to the market by leveraging experience in building technology companies. As an Atlas company, we believe that there is a proven methodology to starting and building a great business – the key to success being a market and customer centric approach. Atlas Networks embodies these principals in our business model and in the technology services we offer.

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Site Info:
Alexa traffic rank:
A measure of the site's popularity. The rank is calculated using a combination of average daily visitors and pageviews over the past 3 months. The site with the highest combination of visitors and pageviews is ranked #1.
Alexa traffic rank in US:
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Unique monthly visitors:
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601 ( Ranked 78 at HostMonk
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Average load time:
Median website load time and percent of known sites that are slower.
2.238 Seconds, 72% of the sites are faster Ranked 69 at HostMonk
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Twitter profile:
Name and description of the official Twitter profile of this company.
atlasnetworks (639 followers)
"A data center and managed services company. Providing dedicated servers, colocation, hosted QuickBooks, hosted Exchange, website hosting and online backup."
Ranked 51 at HostMonk
Physical address of this company.
201 6th Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109-5005, United States
201 6th Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109-5005, United States
Official phone number of this company.
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Blog posts
Recent posts from Atlas Networks blog:
Hosted QuickBooks
Dec 29, 2010
With the end of 2010 fast approaching, it is time to start thinking about taxes and investing in bookkeeping software for the upcoming year. This doesn’t have to be a painful process. A simple solution is hosted QuickBooks; this service is very popular among businesses, CPAs, bookkeepers and financial companies.  
Networking: Beyond Latency and Bandwidth
Dec 14, 2010
We spend a lot of time here thinking about networking. Usually it involves pondering things like bandwidth, low latency connections and routing. However there is another type of networking that is just as essential for companies. This would be networking in the traditional sense - forming face-to-face connections with fellow business owners, employees and community members. This kind of networking has a lot of advantages for the startup or small business owner. It can lead to new partnerships, new clients, and expanded knowledge. Plus as a startup, sometimes it is simply nice to get out of the office and meet other people who understand the challenges and joys of starting or working for a new company. With so many networking events Seattle it can be overwhelming to locate and find the most effective opportunities. I’ve created a list of my favorite networking events around the city. These are primarily technology, startup and entrepreneur themed meetups. 
Recycled Server Photographs
Dec 03, 2010
A client emailed me curious as to what our recycled servers looked like. He imagined beat up cases, duct taped together. We were pleased to let him know that recycled servers look like any other server because they are a fully functional, cost saving options that are rigorously tested. Photographs of recycled servers by Nathan Eisenberg.
Benefits of a Highly Available Virtualization Environment
Dec 01, 2010
Blog Post by Nathan Eisenberg Virtualization offers resource consolidation, better asset utilization, and a hardware-agnostic environment for operating systems that traditionally don't appreciate sudden hardware changes.  By themselves, these are interesting and valuable features. But what is often overlooked is how virtualization can increase the availability of infrastructure and provide reliability.  
MITEF VLab - Incubators & Accelerators Event Recap
Nov 24, 2010
Mike Crill, Managing Director of Atlas Accelerator and a board member of Atlas Networks, spoke at the MITEF VLab Incubators and Accelerators event. It was an opportunity for entrepreneurs to learn about funding and working with an incubator. For those who missed out there is a video recap available below. 
5 things to love about Hosted MS Exchange
Nov 23, 2010
1. You don’t need to set up an Exchange server.  With Hosted Exchange the servers are located in a secure data center and they have been set up by a team of professionals. When you want to start using Exchange simply call or email the support team. They can quickly set up a new email account for you or transfer your existing accounts over. By not having to purchase, setup, or maintain an Exchange server you can avoid all of the hassle and decrease your IT costs. 2. Anywhere access and syncing across all devices.  Hosted Exchange allows you to access email from your computer, smart phone or any other internet device. The Outlook Web Application (OWA) is a beautiful, easy to use and functional web email portal.  
Client turned provider – We know how you feel
Nov 15, 2010
Blog Post by Neil Ayton Prior to working at Atlas Networks I had started two online companies, and I had always been the customer of a data center without really giving too much thought as to what work was going on behind the scenes.
SaaS companies can maximize profits by using a data center
Nov 05, 2010
There was an interesting video posted yesterday on the Seattle 2.0 blog. Jeff Lawson, co-founder and CEO of Twilio, spoke at StartupDay 2010 on making money with SaaS. The presentation did a great job explaining pricing models, and strategies to determine the market value of a SaaS product. Advice that benefits an entrepreneur interested in increasing SaaS revenue. However, another aspect of increasing profit is decreasing expenses. As profit is revenue minus expenses. One easy way for SaaS companies to decrease expenses is to host their software on dedicated servers at a data center. There are extremely high costs associated with setting up a server room for any business. With SaaS companies relying heavily on servers to distribute their service they can find incredible savings in using a data center. A quick look at the major expenses and hassles involved with setting up servers shows how pricey and time consuming the project can be.
SaaS: A simple definition
Nov 02, 2010
SaaS is a common acronym in the technology sector. It stands for “Software as a Service.” The term “cloud computing” is also frequently used to refer to SaaS products. SaaS is defined as software that is installed on a server instead of a user’s computer. The user then accesses the software over the internet. Two examples of SaaS are hosted QuickBooks and hosted Exchange. 
To use a VPS or not to use a VPS
Oct 28, 2010
A virtual private server, or VPS, allows multiple users to share the same server. Virtualization software, such as Parallels Virtuozzo, is used to segment the resources of a server so that multiple users can have independent instances running. Users do not have access to each other’s accounts and don’t know the other users on the machine. A VPS is an excellent platform for software as a service, such as hosted QuickBooks or hosted MS Exchange, and low traffic websites. Unfortunately, for more advanced operations there are quite a few disadvantages to a VPS. For example:
Save money, save the planet, use recycled servers
Oct 25, 2010
If you aren’t wondering what recycled servers are you should be! This great new product finds the perfect balance between cost-effectiveness and environmental friendliness. What are recycled servers? 
Server Management on a Dedicated Server
Oct 21, 2010
Casey recently started a new business. It has managed to survive the tough economy and even grow, but things are still tight. In addition to his other duties, the IT tech, Alex, administers the company’s servers, which store all of the company’s documents, data and email. As soon as Alex goes on vacation to Mexico, the servers go down and Casey doesn’t know what to do. The company is losing billable hours while Casey waits for a solution and the long distance phone calls aren’t yielding any results.I’m sure most of us have heard a story like Casey’s before. It’s the Murphy’s Law of office technology; as soon as the key person is unavailable all hell breaks loose. Now imagine what would have happened if Casey had hired a company to manage the servers. There would have been 24 hour, 7 day a week support; Casey’s wouldn’t have lost money or had to worry.When you hire outside specialists to administer your servers you get the benefit of having a team of professionals who are experts on servers and server management. You hire them because they can quickly fix anything that comes up, regardless of difficulty or time of day. This keeps your business running efficiently and productively. Which means you can stay competitive in a challenging market. Here at Atlas Networks we can provide you with 4 different levels of server management or a customized solution to fit your needs. Don’t end up like Casey, call us today!
Information sources: Alexa Jigsaw