Functional analysis: how to prove that the nucleus $ (x ^ b + y ^ b) ^ a – (x + y) ^ {ab} $ is definitively positive?

Exercise 2.12 of the book (Berg, C., Christensen, J. P. R. and Ressel, P. (1984). Harmonic Analysis of Semigroups: Theory of Defined and Related Positive Functions) states that the nucleus $ (x ^ b + y ^ b) ^ a – (x + y) ^ {ab} $ is positive defined in $ mathbb {R} _ {+} times mathbb {R} _ {+} $ for $ a, b in (0,1) $ Y $ (| x | ^ b + | y ​​| ^ b) ^ a – | x-y | ^ $ is positive defined in $ mathbb {R} times mathbb {R} $ for $ a in (0,1) $ Y $ b in (0.2) $.

How can we verify this? Why do we need conditions like $ a, b in (0,1) $ Y $ a in (0,1) $ Y $ b in (0.2) $?

Falha na segmentação (Image of the taxed nucleus). Can someone help me? [fechada]

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// Declaração de variáveis
int Nx = 383;
int Nz = 121;
int Na = 100;
int ntotal = 6000;
int cut = 30;
float Dt = 0.0006;
int h = 10;
int pos_fonte_X = 192;
int pos_fonte_Z = 4;
int jobs = 5;
int num_rec = 383;
int vel_max = 5500;
int vel_min = 1500;
char model_name (100) = "marmousi_vp_383x121.bin";

// Declaration of methods
void bin_model_write (char extended_model_name (50), floating * extended_model, int Nxx, int Nzz);
int bin_read (char * model_name, int Nx, int Nz, float model);
empty modeling (int Nxx, int Nzz, int Nf, int pos_fonte_X, int pos_fonte_Z, float
P2, float * P3, float * coef_bd, float * coef_be, float * coef_bi, float * coef_bs, float * fonte, float * extended_model, float * C, float * A, FILE * snapshot, float * sis);
null bordas_Reynolds (floating * P2, floating * P3, floating * A, int Nxx, int Nzz);
empty bordas_Cerjan (float * P2, float * P3, int Nxx, int Nzz, float * coef_be, float * coef_bd, float * coef_bi, float * coef_bs);
null coef_absorcao (int Nxx, int Nzz, float * coef_bi, float * coef_bs, float * coef_be, float * coef_bd);
void generate_fonte (int Nf, int fcorte, float * fonte);
void add_bordas (floating model *, floating model * extended, int Nxx, int Nzz);

// Start two methods
void loop_principal () {

int Nxx, Nzz;
int Nf, k, i;
char extended_model_name(50);

Nxx = 2 * Na + Nx;
Nzz = 2 * Na + Nz;

// Criação de matrizes
float * model = (float*) calloc(Nx * Nz, sizeof(float));
float * extended_model = (float*) calloc(Nx * Nz, sizeof(float));
float * P2 = (float*) calloc(Nxx * Nzz, sizeof(float));
float * P3 = (float*) calloc(Nxx * Nzz, sizeof(float));
float * sis = (float*) calloc(num_rec * ntotal, sizeof(float));
float * C = (float*) calloc(Nxx * Nzz, sizeof(float));
float * A = (float*) calloc(Nxx * Nzz, sizeof(float));
float * fonte = (float*) calloc (Nf, sizeof(float));

// Coeficientes das bordas absortivas
float * coef_bs = (float*) calloc (Nxx * Nzz, sizeof(float));
float * coef_bi = (float*) calloc (Nxx * Nzz, sizeof(float));
float * coef_be = (float*) calloc (Nxx * Nzz, sizeof(float));
float * coef_bd = (float*) calloc (Nxx * Nzz, sizeof(float));

generate_fonte(Nf, fcorte, fonte);

bin_read(model_name, Nx, Nz, model);

add_bordas(model, extended_model, Nxx, Nzz);

for (k = 0; k < Nxx; k++) {
    for (i = 0; i < Nzz; i++) {
        A(Nzz * k + i) = (extended_model(Nzz * k + i) * Dt) / h;
        C(Nzz * k + i) = -(pow(A(Nzz * k + i), 2)) / 12;
    }
}   

sprintf(extended_model_name, "extended_model_%dx%d.bin", Nxx, Nzz);

bin_model_write(extended_model_name, extended_model, Nxx, Nzz);

FILE *snapshot  = NULL;
snapshot = fopen ("snapshot.bin","wb");

modelagem(Nxx, Nzz, Nf, pos_fonte_X, pos_fonte_Z, P2, P3, coef_bd, coef_be, coef_bi, coef_bs, fonte, extended_model, C, A, snapshot, sis);

FILE * file_sis = NULL;
file_sis = fopen ("sismograma.bin","wb"); 

fwrite (sis, sizeof(float), num_rec * ntotal, file_sis);

P2=NULL;
P3=NULL;
model=NULL;
extended_model=NULL;
A=NULL;
C=NULL;
sis=NULL;
coef_bs=NULL;
coef_be=NULL;
coef_bd=NULL;
coef_bi=NULL;
fonte=NULL;

free(P2);
free(P3);
free(model);
free(extended_model);
free(A);
free(C);
free(sis);
free(coef_be);
free(coef_bd);
free(coef_bi);
free(fonte);

fclose(snapshot);
fclose(file_sis);

}

void bin_model_write (char extended_model_name (50), float * extended_model, int Nxx, int Nzz) {

FILE * file_borda;
file_borda = fopen (extended_model_name,"wb");

if (Nz != 0) {
    fwrite (extended_model, sizeof(float), Nxx * Nzz, file_borda);
}
if (Nz == 0) {
    fwrite (extended_model, sizeof(float), Nxx, file_borda);
}

fclose(file_borda);

}

void modelagem (int Nxx, int Nzz, int Nf, int pos_fonte_X, int pos_fonte_Z, float * P2, float * P3, float * coef_bd, float * coef_be, float * coef_bi, float * coef_bs, float * fonte, float * extended_model, floating * C, floating * A, FILE * snapshot, floating * sis) {

int k, i, n;
float P1;

pos_fonte_X += Na;
pos_fonte_Z += Na;

coef_absorcao(Nxx, Nzz, coef_bi, coef_bs, coef_be, coef_bd);

for(n = 0; n = ntotal; n++){

    if (n < Nf){

        P2(Nzz * pos_fonte_X + pos_fonte_X) = P2(Nzz * pos_fonte_X + pos_fonte_Z) + fonte(n) * pow((Dt / h), 2) * pow(extended_model(Nzz * pos_fonte_X + pos_fonte_Z), 2);
    }

    for (k = 2; k < Nxx - 2; k++){
        for (i = 2; i < Nzz - 2; i++){

            P3(Nzz * k + i) = C(Nzz * k + i) * (P2(Nzz * (k - 2) + i) + P2(Nzz * (k + 2) + i) + P2(Nzz * k + (i + 2)) + P2(Nzz * k + (i - 2)) - 16 * (P2(Nzz * (k - 1) + i) + P2(Nzz * (k + 1) + i) + P2(Nzz * k + (i - 1)) + P2(Nzz * k + (i + 1))) + 60 * P2(Nzz * k + i)) + 2 * P2(Nzz * k + i) - P3(Nzz * k + i);            
        }
    }

    bordas_Cerjan(P2, P3, Nxx, Nzz, coef_be, coef_bd, coef_bi, coef_bs);
    bordas_Reynolds(P2, P3, A, Nxx, Nzz);

    for (k = 0; k < Nxx; k++)
    {

        for (i = 0; i < Nzz; i++)
        {
            P1 = P2(Nzz * k + i);
            P2(Nzz * k + i) = P3(Nzz * k + i);
            P3(Nzz * k + i) = P1;
        }
    }

    if (n % 100 == 0){
         fwrite(&P2(0), sizeof(float), Nxx * Nzz, snapshot);
    }


    sis(ntotal * k + n)   =  P2(Nzz * k + jobs);


}

}

null bordas_Reynolds (floating * P2, floating * P3, floating * A, int Nxx, int Nzz) {

int k, i;


for (k = 2; k < Nxx - 2; k++){

    // Interface superior
    for (i = 0; i < 2; i++) {
        P3(Nzz * k + i) = P2(Nzz * k + i) + A(Nzz * k  + i) * (P2(Nzz * k + (i + 1)) - P2(Nzz * k + i));
    }

    // Interface inferior
    for (i = Nzz - 2; i < Nzz; i++) {
        P3(Nzz * k + i) = P2(Nzz * k + i) - A(Nzz * k + i) * (P2(Nzz * k + i) - P2(Nzz * k + (i - 1)));
    }
}

for (i = 2; i < Nzz - 2; i++) {

    // Interface esquerda
    for (k = 0; k < 2; k++) {
        P3(Nzz * k + i) = P2(Nzz * k + i) + A(Nzz * k + i) * (P2(Nzz * (k + 1) + i) - P2(Nzz * k + i));
    }

    // Interface direita
    for (k = Nxx - 2; k < Nxx; k++) {
        P3(Nzz * k + i) = P2(Nzz * k + i) - A(Nzz * k + i) * (P2(Nzz * k + i) - P2(Nzz * (k - 1) + i));
    }
}  

}

empty bordas_Cerjan (float * P2, float * P3, int Nxx, int Nzz, float * coef_be, float * coef_bd, float * coef_bi, float * coef_bs) {

int k, i;
const float fat = 0.0025;

for (k = 2; i < Nxx - 2; k++) {

    // Borda superior
    if (Na != 0){
        for (i = 0; i < Na; i++){
            P2(Nzz * k + i) = coef_bs(Nzz * k + i) * P2(Nzz * k + i);
            P3(Nzz * k + i) = coef_bs(Nzz * k + i) * P3(Nzz * k + i);
        }
    }

    // Borda inferior
    if (Na != 0){
        for (i =  Nzz - Na; i < Nzz; i++) {
            P2(Nzz * k + i) = coef_bi(Nzz * k + i) * P2(Nzz * k + i);
            P3(Nzz * k + i) = coef_bi(Nzz * k + i) * P3(Nzz * k + i);
        }
    }
}


if (Na!= 0){

    // Borda lateral esquerda
    for (k = 0; k < Na; k++) {
        for (i = 2; i < Nzz - 2; i++) {
            P2(Nzz * k + i) = coef_be(Nzz * k + i) * P2(Nzz * k + i);
            P3(Nzz * k + i) = coef_be(Nzz * k + i) * P3(Nzz * k + i);
        }
    }

    // Borda lateral direita
    for (k = Nxx - Na; k < Nxx; k++) {
        for (i = 2; i < Nzz - 2; i++) {
            P2(Nzz * k + i) = coef_bd(Nzz * k + i) * P2(Nzz * k + i);
            P3(Nzz * k + i) = coef_bd(Nzz * k + i) * P3(Nzz * k + i);
        }
    }
}

}

null coef_absorcao (int Nxx, int Nzz, float * coef_bi, float * coef_bs, float * coef_be, float * coef_bd) {

int k, i;
const float fat = 0.0010;

for (k = 0; k < Nxx; k++) 
{
    // Borda superior
    if (Na != 0)
    {
            for (i = 0; i < Na; i++) 
            {
                coef_bs(Nzz * k + i) = exp(-pow(fat * (Na - i), 2));
            }
    }

    // Borda inferior
    if (Na != 0)
    {
            for (i = Nzz - Na; i < Nzz; i++)
            {
                    coef_bi(Nzz * k + i) = exp(-pow(fat * (Nzz - Na - i), 2));
            }
    }
}

if (Na != 0)
{
    // Borda lateral esquerda
    for (k = 0; i < Na + 1; k++)
    {
        for (k = 0; k < Nzz; k++) 
        {
            coef_be(Nzz * k + i) = exp(-pow(fat * (Na - k), 2));
        }
    }
    // Borda lateral direita
    for (k = Nxx - Na; k < Nxx; k++)
    {
        for (i = 0; i < Nzz; i++) 
        {
            coef_bd(Nzz * k + i) = exp(-pow(fat * (Nxx - Na - k), 2));
        }
    }
}

}

void add_bordas (floating model *, floating model * extended, int Nxx, int Nzz) {

int k, i;

for (k = Na; k < Nx + Na; k++) {
    for (i = Na; i < Nz + Na; i++) {
        extended_model(Nzz * k + i) = model(Nz * (k - Na) + (i - Na));
    }
}

// Borda superior
for (k = Na; k < Nx + Na; k++) {
    for (i = 0; i < Na; i++) {
        extended_model(Nzz * k + i) = extended_model(Nzz * k + Na + 1);
    }
}

// Borda inferior
for (k = Na; k < Nx + Na; k++) {
    for (i = Nz + Na; i < Nzz; i++) {
        extended_model(Nzz * k + i) = extended_model(Nzz * k + Na + Nz - 1);
    }
}

// Borda lateral esquerda
for (k = 0; k < Na; k++) {
    for (i = Na; i < Nz + Na ; i++) {
        extended_model(Nzz * k + i) = extended_model(Nzz * (Na + 1) + i);
    }
}

// Direct side edge
for (k = Na + Nx; k <Nxx; k ++) {
for (i = Na; i <Nz + Na; i ++) {
Extended_model (Nzz * k + i) = Extended_model (Nzz * (Nx + Na - 1) + i);
}
}

// Borda quina superior esquerda
for (k = 0; k < Na; k++) {
    for (i = 0; i < Na; i++) {
        extended_model(Nzz * k + i) = extended_model(Nzz * (Na + 1) + Na + 1);
    }
}

// Borda quina superior direita
for (k = Na + Nx; k < Nxx; k++) {
    for (i = 0; i < Na; i++) {
       extended_model(Nzz * k + i) = extended_model(Nzz * (Nx + Na - 1) + Na);
    }
}

// Borda quina inferior esquerda
for (k = 0; k < Na; k++) {
    for (i = Nz + Na; i < Nzz; i++) {
        extended_model(Nzz * k + i) = extended_model(Nzz * (Na + 1) + Nz + Na - 1);
    }
}

// Borda quina inferior direita
for (k = Nx + Na; k < Nxx; k++) {
    for (i = Nz + Na; i < Nzz; i++) {
        extended_model(Nzz * k + i) = extended_model(Nzz * (Nx + Na) + Nz + Na - 1);
    }
}

}

int bin_read (char * model_name, int Nx, int Nz, float * model) {

struct stat buf;

errno = 0;

if(stat(model_name, &buf) != 0 && errno == ENOENT){
    fprintf(stderr, "O arquivo: %s não foi encontrado.n", model_name);
    exit(EXIT_FAILURE);
}

FILE * file;
file = fopen (model_name, "rb");
fread(model, sizeof(float), Nx * Nz, file);
fclose(file);

return(EXIT_FAILURE);

}

void generate_fonte (int Nf, int fcorte, float * fonte) {

float fc, t, tf;
int n;

fc = fcorte / (3 * sqrt(M_PI));
tf = 2 * sqrt(M_PI) / fcorte;

for(n = 0; n < Nf; n++){
    t = (n * Dt) - tf;
    fonte(n) = exp(-M_PI * pow((M_PI * fc * t), 2)) * (1. - (2.* M_PI * pow(M_PI * fc * t, 2)));
}

}

int main () {

loop_principal();
return 0;

}

Or degub shows that in "add_borda" tem algum erro de memória. Or err:
The program received the SIGSEGV signal, segmentation failure.
0x00005555555555b4 in loop_principal () in sis.cpp: 69
69 Extended_model (Nzz * k + i) = model (Nz * (k - Na) + (i - Na));

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Is there any core function where the proper functions $ f (x) = O (x ^ – lambda}) $ for different lambda values?

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I recently noticed that my kernel shows the following error messages related to MTRR:

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(    0.000262) MTRR default type: uncachable
(    0.000262) MTRR fixed ranges enabled:
(    0.000264)   00000-9FFFF write-back
(    0.000264)   A0000-EFFFF uncachable
(    0.000265)   F0000-FFFFF write-protect
(    0.000266) MTRR variable ranges enabled:
(    0.000267)   0 base 0000000000 mask 7C00000000 write-back
(    0.000268)   1 base 0400000000 mask 7FE0000000 write-back
(    0.000269)   2 base 0420000000 mask 7FF0000000 write-back
(    0.000269)   3 base 00E0000000 mask 7FE0000000 uncachable
(    0.000270)   4 base 00D0000000 mask 7FF0000000 uncachable
(    0.000271)   5 base 00CE000000 mask 7FFE000000 uncachable
(    0.000271)   6 base 00CD000000 mask 7FFF000000 uncachable
(    0.000272)   7 base 042FE00000 mask 7FFFE00000 uncachable
(    0.000273)   8 disabled
(    0.000273)   9 disabled
(    0.001130) x86/PAT: Configuration (0-7): WB  WC  UC- UC  WB  WP  UC- WT  
(    0.001275) total RAM covered: 16334M
(    0.001518)  gran_size: 64K  chunk_size: 64K     num_reg: 10     lose cover RAM: 62M
(    0.001520)  gran_size: 64K  chunk_size: 128K    num_reg: 10     lose cover RAM: 62M
(    0.001521)  gran_size: 64K  chunk_size: 256K    num_reg: 10     lose cover RAM: 62M
(    0.001521)  gran_size: 64K  chunk_size: 512K    num_reg: 10     lose cover RAM: 62M
(    0.001522)  gran_size: 64K  chunk_size: 1M  num_reg: 10     lose cover RAM: 62M
(    0.001523)  gran_size: 64K  chunk_size: 2M  num_reg: 10     lose cover RAM: 62M
(    0.001524)  gran_size: 64K  chunk_size: 4M  num_reg: 10     lose cover RAM: 0G
(    0.001525)  gran_size: 64K  chunk_size: 8M  num_reg: 10     lose cover RAM: 0G
(    0.001526)  gran_size: 64K  chunk_size: 16M     num_reg: 10     lose cover RAM: 0G
(    0.001527) *BAD*gran_size: 64K  chunk_size: 32M     num_reg: 10     lose cover RAM: -2M

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(    0.209341) pmd_set_huge: Cannot satisfy (mem 0xf8000000-0xf8200000) with a huge-page mapping due to MTRR override.

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Only $ 44.95 per month with ZZDED10 promo. Free configuration! Very limited amounts.

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»cPanel license: + $ 29.95 per month
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»1TB Extra Hard Disk: + $ 5.95 per month
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»100% uptime
»100% cooling time
»Same day configuration for orders shipped before 6 pm Pacific time, 7 days a week.

Frequent questions:

Can I customize my system to include more disk space / memory / bandwidth?
Yes! We can add more memory, secondary hard drives or increase your bandwidth allocation. The update options are listed on our website or you can contact sales[at]reprisehosting.com for a personalized quote.

Does the price match you?
Yes! We make price comparisons with comparable servers offered by our competitors. Send us an email to sales.[at]reprisehosting.com to obtain a price equalization quote.

Where is your data center?
We have COP in Las Vegas, NV and Seattle, WA. This special dedicated cheap server is located in Seattle on the Westin Building Exchange.

How do you accept the payment?
We accept payments through PayPal, credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, Discover and AmEx), Bitcoin and Alipay.

IP test?
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[WTS] $ 29 cheap dedicated servers! Six core xeon ★ 16gb ddr3 ram ★ unmetered bandwidth

Reprise Hosting (AS62838) is a best value hosting service provider. We specialize in low cost hosting solutions for the real world hosting needs. We are pleased to offer a new round of special offers of dedicated and economical servers exclusively for forum members.

These servers will be hosted in our Seattle, WA PoP on the Westin Building Exchange.

Our BGP combination of NTT, Abovenet and an excellent visualization of the Seattle Internet Exchange (for example, Microsoft, Google, Amazon, Netflix, Akamai, Charter, T-Mobile, OVH, CloudFlare, Yahoo and more) allows us to offer dedicated servers with low ping times Across the Pacific and Atlantic:
132ms to Hong Kong (http://pbrd.co/1GiHx5N)
89ms to Tokyo (http://pbrd.co/1GiHl6p)
124ms to London (http://pbrd.co/1GiIdry)
28ms to Los Angeles (http://pbrd.co/1GiHHKd)
65ms to New York (http://pbrd.co/1GiIafF)

Results of global ping tests provided by NTT and HE looking for glass servers. These are optimal ping times, the routing and peering of your local ISP will determine its latency.
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Use promotional code ZZDED10 to receive a permanent monthly discount of $ 10. The code expires on 07/15/2019!

Kind "WHT DOUBLE22" at "How did you hear about us?"box during payment and we will do it DOUBLE THE RAM Installed on your server for free! Only new customers Valid for orders placed before 07/15/2019 11:59 PM PDT.

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»16 GB of registered DDR3 server level memory.
»1TB SATA hard drive. Free upgrade to 120GB Crucial M500 SSD upon request.
» Multiple hosting bandwidth of 10 TB in a 100 MB port.
» IPMI included for free (remote reboot, console, operating system top-ups, etc.)!
»4 usable IPs (additional IPs available).

Only $ 29.95 per month with ZZDED10 promo. Free configuration! Limited quantities.
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» 2x Intel Xeon L5640 Six Core CPU with hyperthreading (12 cores, 24 threads).
»Registered 32 GB memory with DDR3 server level.
»1TB SATA hard drive. Free upgrade to 120GB Crucial M500 SSD upon request.
» Multiple hosting bandwidth of 10 TB in a 100 MB port.
» IPMI included for free (remote reboot, console, operating system top-ups, etc.)!
»4 usable IPs (additional IPs available).

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» cPanel license: + $ 29.95 per month
» Additional IPs: + $ 1.50 per IP per month
» Extra RAM: + $ 3.50 for 2GB

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»99.99% network availability
»100% uptime
»100% cooling time
»Same day configuration for orders shipped before 6 pm Pacific time, 7 days a week.

Frequent questions:

Can I customize my system to include more disk space / memory / bandwidth?
Yes! We can add more memory, secondary hard drives or increase your bandwidth allocation. The update options are listed on our website or you can contact sales [at] reprisehosting.com for a personalized quote.

Does the price match you?
Yes! We make price comparisons with comparable servers offered by our competitors. Send us an email to sales. [at] reprisehosting.com to obtain a price equalization quote.

Where is your data center?
We have COP in Las Vegas, NV and Seattle, WA. This special dedicated cheap server is located in Seattle on the Westin Building Exchange.

IP test?
162.253.153.4

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[WTS]Cheap dedicated servers $ 35! Eight x eon cores ★ 16 gb ddr3 ★ bandwidth without meter

Reprise Hosting (AS62838) is a best value hosting service provider. We specialize in low cost hosting solutions for the real world hosting needs. We are pleased to offer a new round of dedicated and economical server offerings exclusively for WebHostingTalk members.

These servers will be hosted in our Seattle, WA PoP on the Westin Building Exchange.

Our BGP combination of NTT, Abovenet and excellent results in Seattle Internet Exchange (for example, Microsoft, Google, Amazon, Netflix, Akamai, Charter, Telus, T-Mobile, OVH, CloudFlare, Yahoo and more) allows us to offer exclusive servers services withlow ping timesAcross the Pacific and Atlantic:

132ms to Hong Kong(http://pbrd.co/1GiHx5N)
89ms to Tokyo(http://pbrd.co/1GiHl6p)
124ms to London(http://pbrd.co/1GiIdry)
28ms to Los Angeles(http://pbrd.co/1GiHHKd)
65ms to New York(http://pbrd.co/1GiIafF)

Results of global ping tests provided by NTT and HE looking for glass servers. These are optimal ping times, the routing and peering of your local ISP will determine its latency.

>> HostSearch Comments
>> Client Review WHT # 1
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>> Client Review WHT # 5
>> Client Review WHT # 6
>> VPSBoard Recommendation
>> Review of LowEndTalk
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Use the IWANTUNMETERED promotion code to receive the 50 Mbps meterless bandwidth plug-in for free.

Use promotional code ZZDED10 to receive a permanent monthly discount of $ 10. The code expires 06/15/2019!

Kind"WHT DOUBLE22"at "How did you hear about us?"box during payment and we will do itDOUBLE THE RAMInstalled on your server for free! Only new customers Valid for orders placed before 06/15/2019 11:59 PM PDT.

Do you know anyone interested in our servers? Register as a Reprise Hosting affiliate and earn a recurring 10% commission while your referrals remain a client!

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»Intel Xeon E5-2650L Eight Core CPU with hyperthreading (16 threads).
»16 GB of registered DDR3 server level memory.
»1TB SATA hard drive.Free exchange to a 120GB M500 Crucial SSD upon request.
»Multiple hosting bandwidth of 10 TB in a 100 MB port.
»IPMI included for free (remote reboot, console, operating system top-ups, etc.)!
»4 usable IPs (additional IPs available).

Only $ 34.95 per month with ZZDED10 promo. Free configuration! Limited quantities.

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»2x Intel Xeon E5-2650L Eight Core CPU with hyperthreading (16 cores, 32 threads).
»Registered 32 GB memory with DDR3 server level.
»1TB SATA hard drive.Free exchange to a 120GB M500 Crucial SSD upon request.
»Multiple hosting bandwidth of 10 TB in a 100 MB port.
»IPMI included for free (remote reboot, console, operating system top-ups, etc.)!
»4 usable IPs (additional IPs available).

Only $ 44.95 per month with ZZDED10 promo. Free configuration! Very limited amounts.

>> Order now <<

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Optional add-ons
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»cPanel license: + $ 29.95 per month
»Additional IPs: + $ 1.50 per IP per month
»Extra RAM: + $ 3.50 for 2GB
»1TB Extra Hard Disk: + $ 5.95 per month
»Extra 120GB SSD: + $ 5.95 per month

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SLAs and Guarantees
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»99.99% network availability
»100% uptime
»100% cooling time
»Same day configuration for orders shipped before 6 pm Pacific time, 7 days a week.

Frequent questions:

Can I customize my system to include more disk space / memory / bandwidth?
Yes! We can add more memory, secondary hard drives or increase your bandwidth allocation. The update options are listed on our website or you can contact sales[at]reprisehosting.com for a personalized quote.

Does the price match you?
Yes! We make price comparisons with comparable servers offered by our competitors. Send us an email to sales.[at]reprisehosting.com to obtain a price equalization quote.

Where is your data center?
We have COP in Las Vegas, NV and Seattle, WA. This special dedicated cheap server is located in Seattle on the Westin Building Exchange.

How do you accept the payment?
We accept payments through PayPal, credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, Discover and AmEx), Bitcoin and Alipay.

IP test?
162.253.153.4

.