New hosting for Pi Chimney at GreenQloud
I first came across GreenQloud at GigaOm Structure Europe last year. It’s a cloud service based in Iceland that is powered entirely from renewable energy. I bumped into Eiki and Bala again last week at London CloudCamp, and gave them my sob story about hosting. They’ve very kindly offered to provide free hosting for my (mostly OpenELEC for the Raspberry Pi) downloads in exchange for a little recognition (like this).
Let me know what sort of download speeds you get? From my own testing it seems better than the BuyVM box (after the move to Las Vegas).
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