Woahly cow. 64GB for a web host that is starting out is overkill, even if you do Windows based hosting.
My advice is to start with a reseller plan on a dedicated hosting service first to get your feet wet and to see what kind of hardware can perform at the different price points. I run my own reseller hosting and even with a "slow" dual processor Opteron 244 based Linux server, on a shared/reseller plan, it does 99% of what I and my customers ask it to do.
The other advantage is that if you go this route, you don't need to figure out the bandwidth or the internet connection yourself, which can be a huge barrier to entry until you get yourself established. It's nice to set your sights high, but be realistic too, or you'll bankrupt yourself and you do your users a disservice when you go OUT of business.
Originally Posted by nbrikha
And I dont know why people dont respond on this forum any more!
er... ok? Have you looked around here lately? I know that I personally post in here every free chance I get, so maybe peel the eyelids back a bit eh?