Re: colocation space/inexpensive bandwidth
My company has a data center in Minneapolis. I'm just an internal Unix
guy doing billing and Unix'y stuff so you'll have to talk to sales or
someone knowledgeable about our pricing to get more info.
Nashville is the next closet to places on your list...
On Tue, Jun 05, 2001 at 12:00:40PM -0400, Jeff S Wheeler wrote:
> Since we're on the topic of colocation space this morning, I thought I would
> post and ask if anyone has colocation cabinet space available at a Level(3)
> or similar facility. Currently we colocate with a small ISP and are very
> happy with their service, but we would like to be able to offer better
> pricing to our customers. However, when last I spoke with L(3) sales folks,
> their cabinets were 1000$/mo, with an added 2000$/mo minimum expenditure on
> bandwidth/private line services per cabinet. This is too much for us, but
> if someone has a few U available someplace that prices bandwidth in the
> 400$/Mbit or less range, I would be very interested in consuming that extra
> space (for a fee, of course) and taking advantage of your bandwidth pricing.
> Anyone near Minneapolis/Chicago/Louisville/Cincinnati would be preferable as
> well, as currently we maintain our own equipment, and have no need to trust
> a pair of "remote hands" to know what they are doing. In those areas we can
> continue to have this benefit.
> - jsw
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