Sustaining infrastructure donors
The Free Software Foundation Europe would like to thank the following donor for their sustainable support by providing housing and connectivity for FSFE's servers.
Hardware and Infrastructure Donations
The Free Software Foundation Europe would like to thank all donors of equipment and other infrastructure for their support -- our hardware and infrastructure is an essential necessity for our work. We would in particular like to thank:
For donating a significant RAM upgrade to our physical servers
2014-10-15: abaton EDV-Dienstleistungs GmbH
For donating two physical servers
For donating three physical servers to replace the ones donated by them earlier and for the continued hosting of this hardware.
For providing co-location for one physical server
2013-10-11: abaton EDV-Dienstleistungs GmbH
For donating a physical server
2011-02-23: Kolab Systems AG
For supporting in the installation and configuration of our internal Kolab system
For providing physical servers, NAS and a tape library for backup purposes
For providing three physical servers in their datacenter, on which most of FSFE's services are now hosted, and for providing fast internet connectivity for these servers.
2009-09-25: antilo AG
For the donation of a virtual server to run our internal VoIP Server on.
2009-09-20: AMOOMA GmbH
For supporting us in the installation and initial configuration of our VoIP server.
For donating five VoIP phones to be used in the Berlin office.
2007-03-21: Sun Microsystems
For the donation of one Sun Fire T1000 server (8 4-core CPUs, 16GB RAM, 2x 73GB harddisks). FSFE is running Fellowship and e-mail services on it.
2006-05-20: Department of Informatics, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
For the donation of one Dual Pentium III 1GHz machine with 2GB RAM and one IBM EXT300 disk cabinet with 14x 18 GB disk.
2005-12-27: SAMSUNG Electronics Germany
For the donation of six SAMSUNG X20 XVM 1730 V notebooks that are being put to good use by FSFE's crew in Hamburg, Gothenburg, Milano, Brussels, Frankfurt and Vienna; as well as the donation of one SAMSUNG Digimax V700 Digital Camera.
2005-01-17: Hewlett-Packard Germany
For the donation of two Compaq N2400 servers (Dual CPU, Pentium III 1GHz with 1GB RAM each). The machines have replaced our quite outdated web- and mailserver machines and are running core services of the Free Software Foundation Europe.
2003-01-24: Department of Informatics, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
For the donation of one Andataco disk cabinet with 3x 18 and 5x 9 GB disk, one Single Pentium III 600MHz machine, one Single Pentium III 450 MHz machine and one Dual Pentium II 450 MHz machine.
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