Co-location in the Seattle area.

Greg Daly gdaly at u.washington.edu
Wed May 17 12:52:12 PDT 2000


well, seems that the guys at /. have a few complaints about exodus (as do
some of the readers). If I remember correctly, wolfenet was almost exactly
like orconet's facilities, and it was around the same price.... you would
have to call though (I must have deleted that quote I got).
-greg
----- Original Message -----
From: M. Oesterwinter <marcuso at u.washington.edu>
To: UW Linux Group <linux at u.washington.edu>
Sent: Wednesday, May 17, 2000 12:43 PM
Subject: Co-location in the Seattle area.



| There were some short little talks about co-location earlier. I am

| curious if anyone has researched co-location in the Seattle area. I have

| been doing some checking. I am looking for the standard 1M burstable to

| 10M. Here is what I have found so far:

|

| Exodus

| Very secure, hand scan access - racks are open (no door)

| 24x7 access

| Closed circuit cameras

| Well connected

| $1500 a month for a half rack

|

| NWLink

| Not very secure - open racks

| Must page someone for access

| No cameras

| 4 DS-3s

| $600 a month for 1/2 rack plus usage after 6GB

|

| Level 3

| Very nice - very cheap

| No space available this year!

|

| Orconet

| Keycard access - closed racks

| 24x7 access

| No cameras

| 2 OC-48s - they tout themselves as having a very reliable network

| $1200ish after discounts for a full rack

|

| Currently thinking Orconet is number one choise. Then NW Link. Any

| comments or experiences?

|




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