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Cyborg994

join:2005-04-18
Montreal, QC
reply to WiFiguru

Re: Cheapest GIGABIT colo?

Iweb does not do gigabit on colo, and their bandwith rates for colo are very high, I would not recommend.

You can ask at netelligent.ca, their colo rates are fairly affordable, and I had 0 issue with them on my dedicated servers with them. Not sure if they offer gigabit ports... I am thinking of installing a colo server there myself.



Guspaz
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Montreal, QC
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iWeb certainly does do gigabit colo. You get a neutral half-rack for $399, which includes a free cross-connect to the meet-me room. You then contract your bandwidth directly with any provider you want, which includes Videotron, Tata/Teleglobe, MTO, Cogent, FibreNoire, Peer1, Level3, Deutsche Telekon, etc.

I don't know if Cogent does the buck-a-meg deal in Montreal, but if they do, that would be $1400 a month for a half rack (22U), 15 amps, and a gigabit unmetered.
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said by Guspaz:

iWeb certainly does do gigabit colo. You get a neutral half-rack for $399, which includes a free cross-connect to the meet-me room. You then contract your bandwidth directly with any provider you want, which includes Videotron, Tata/Teleglobe, MTO, Cogent, FibreNoire, Peer1, Level3, Deutsche Telekon, etc.

I don't know if Cogent does the buck-a-meg deal in Montreal, but if they do, that would be $1400 a month for a half rack (22U), 15 amps, and a gigabit unmetered.

I'm sure Hurricane (he.net) will get very low on pricing for connectivity there.

Thanks for backing up my post though.