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NuclearFallout Enterprises, Inc. est 2001 is a premium US game server provider that aims to rent out the highest possible performance game servers at the lowest possible cost, while at the same time offering outstanding service and making available powerful additional features.

Nuclearfallout has been in operation since 2001, and we’ve been selling premium game servers since 2002 – since before the term “GSP” was even bandied about. We’ve stayed a top provider because we’ve always offered the highest performance servers, with unmatched service and support and a top-notch control panel and automated systems.

We ensure performance in many ways.

By purchasing and colocating the latest in server hardware, including (as of this writing) the fastest quad-core machines available on a dual-socket platform, and by never overloading our machines through extensive high-tech automated systems that constantly monitor our network and directly handle downed machines and load-balancing, also notifying us of any network outages and slowdowns, and efficiently handling server creations and upgrades with premium InterNAP bandwidth, which is the highest-quality single source of transit available and links us up with all the major National Service Providers (NSPs), including Level(3), AT&T, Global Crossing, Sprint, UUnet, Verio, and Savvis by custom route tweaking — at most locations, we can investigate routing performance problems and perform adjustments to fix them at three of our locations, by running the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) on our own routers and using other transit providers in very specific ways, to bring overall performance even higher than InterNAP alone in Seattle, through direct gigabit-level peering to major ISPs and by fusing two InterNAP Points of Presence (PoPs) via multiple routers and an internal backbone