|[OpenVZ] 256MB RAM
||[OpenVZ] 512MB RAM
IPv6 is only available by request at their Jacksonville location. Also two IPv4′s are available by default in Jacksonville.
Crissic Solutions, LLC was founded in April 2013 and are incorporated as an LLC in Missouri. By the looks of it, Skylar isn’t new to the hosting industry, but he seems to have recently came back to the hosting game properly. He has since advertised a transparency policy and has already expanded past their primary location, Jacksonville, to Los Angeles. Recently, they have acquired some IP space directly from ARIN and have their own AS (AS62639). Their nodes in Jacksonville use the Dual Xeon L5520 and in LA they’re using the E3-1270v3, with at least 36GB and 32GB DDR3 ECC RAM in their respective locations. It was mentioned that LA has SSD caching and hardware RAID. There haven’t been many reviews recently, but the general gist is positive. I also found a single, but detailed, review on LET.
Crissic accept payments via both Stripe and PayPal with a 10 day money back policy as standard. Additional IPv4 addresses are $0.50 in JAX and $1 in LA per month for this promotion. In short, their AUP forbids IRC, Bittorrent, P2P, Warez, spamming, or anything illegal in the USA, however does permit private proxies and VPNs. Interestingly enough they never charge for bandwidth overages, once you hit your allocated limit your VPS’s port speed will be limited to 10Mbit which is pretty handy. Backups are made weekly on VPS nodes but of course you are encouraged to keep your own backups, they also have a fairly detailed step by step process for spam/bulk e-mailing. Their TOS is available here and AUP here.
|[OpenVZ] 1024MB RAM
||[OpenVZ] 2048MB RAM
JAX | Test IPv4: 220.127.116.11
JAX | Test IPv6: 2604:4600:9876::3e34:ced4
JAX | Test File: http://jax.as62639.com/100MB.test
LAX | Test IPv4: 18.104.22.168
LAX | Test File: http://la.as62639.com/100MB.test