07 February 2021 /
Faelix is a LINX Silver ConneXions Reseller Partner
We're proud to announce that we've achieved LINX Silver ConneXions Reseller Partner Status
31 January 2021 /
National Fibre at Heaton Group Bolton
We're providing white-label ISP services in collaboration with National Fibre to deliver gigabit broadband connectivity to 61 flats in Bolton.
30 January 2021 /
Our Network Collective podcast
We did an hour podcast interview with Network Collective where they asked us about building out our provider network in the UK
11 October 2020 /
A story of industry collaboration during lockdown
How we built Pinnacom's new network during COVID lockdown.
19 June 2018 /
Getting Oxidized to Talk to Mattermost
A technical how-to guide for delivering configuration diffs from Oxidized into Mattermost.
12 May 2017 /
When LAGs Go Bad: Network Aggravation
Link aggregation is a cost-effective way to increase bandwidth. But there can be pitfalls which are difficult to debug should problems strike.
12 September 2016 /
Build in Geneva
Some technical information about our hosting infrastructure build in Geneva, and how we plan to use this expansion to help us focus on business continuity and resilience.
08 December 2015 /
Faelix provides off-site backup storage to several businesses. Some have bought a NAS for their office and a NAS to store in our racks. Some have a NAS in their office and rent off-site storage from Faelix. This gives peace of mind should a disaster befall a client's files. In all cases, though, customers want to be able to access their data while out of their office. How can we help?
22 July 2015 /
Ganeti at Faelix
At Faelix, we love virtualisation technology. Ganeti is a virtualisation management system built by Google, and written in our favourite programming language, Python. This year we upgraded our hosting hardware, and when we did, we moved our virtual server hosting platform from our in-house script-based system to Ganeti. There were a few bumps and hiccups along the way, so this is how we did it.
05 April 2015 /
Line of Sight Wireless Circuits
What to do when you have no line of sight? We took a chance, and it actually worked out!