So I just want to keep you guys and girls updated with Stone Legion, Minecraft, Stardale, & Miscellaneous Fansites we run. So for people who don't know we have moved from our old datacenter and now fully running in a Canadian Datacenter. We did a lot of research on the location and costs and found it to be quite perfect. 90% of everyone seem to have lower ping times around the world. On top of that we had a better stable network. Less packet loss and disconnects. So what did this cost us? I don't like to boast but we are paying around what we pay now accept a hefty setup fee. That is right nothing comes for free in this world. But we think it's worth it. Our new Servers: Server 1 - Minecraft and nothing else: Intel Xeon E3 1245v2 3.4 GHz+ 32 GB Ram 3 x 120 GB SSD Server 2 - Websites: Intel Xeon E3 1245v2 3.4 GHz+ 32 GB Ram 3 x 120 GB SSD Server 3 - Stardale: Intel Xeon E3 1245v2 3.4 GHz+ 32 GB Ram 3 x 120 GB SSD Yes you are reading this right. We now have 3 Dedicated servers not just 1 for the price of the one we had before. This is not only more stable and secure but allows us to scale even further then ever before. To give you an idea of our old Server it was a Nice Rig running a Intel Xeon E3-1240 v3 @ 3.40GHz with crap ton of SSD's and 32gigs of ram. But it ran not only 3 Minecrafts servers, Starmade, Teamspeak, Half Dozen Sites and more. It also ran a VPS Setup. Meaning we had 4-5 Linux VM's running and 1 Windows VM Running. Even with just 1 single VM your losing performance on visualization. Now you see how impressive our new server is it's pretty much 3 times the power 3 times the ram and much more! Our Servers all come from Anti-DDoS with live packet monitoring and filtering. Meaning no more attacks no more worries completely automated and if it gets past they get alerted and manually deal with the attacks in house in real time. On top of all that we have 100's of Gigs of backup off site and on site. So no data loss if something horrific were to ever happen and I assure you we take all the measures possible to prevent that. So I hope this was a informative update on our new server capabilities and our clear long term commitment to the future of Stone Legion and our other projects. We are not going anywhere!