Compare Faction Cloud vs. Packet

Faction Cloud is ranked 37th in Infrastructure as a Service Clouds (IaaS) while Packet is ranked 57th in Infrastructure as a Service Clouds (IaaS). Faction Cloud is rated 0, while Packet is rated 0. On the other hand, Faction Cloud is most compared with , whereas Packet is most compared with .
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Overview

Create your best-fit multi-cloud solution with Faction. United with VMware, Dell EMC & NetApp to deliver hybrid and multi-cloud solutions for Enterprises, Service Providers and VMware Cloud on AWS clients.

Servers
Packet offers the promise of the cloud, but delivered on bare metal. Improve performance and minimize cost with single tenant, dedicated servers by the hour across our global network.

Storage
Local media (SSD's and NVMe Flash) are the "bread and butter" of our storage, with multi-tenant block available in core datacenters. For object, we rely on zero-rated bandwidth to partners like Wasabi and Backblaze.

Network
We provide "carrier grade" networking features like Layer 3, BGP, Anycast, and BYO IP space at a price you can afford. Our default egress bandwidth rate is just $.05/GB, and we offer bulk discounts

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