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Re: 60 Hudson peering
- From: Jeffrey Meltzer
- Date: Tue Aug 27 13:38:37 2002
$750 is not unreasonable for 2 strand dark fiber in 60 Hudson. And if you
work hard, you can get this down to $500. Check 111 8th Ave, it costs well
into the $3,000/mo range generally.
In addition, we're already working on (in progress) cat5 xcon's between TelX and
suite 1505 in 60 Hudson. However, how much do you think that would cost?
Not all that much less, figure in the $300/mo range.
Furthermore, anyone peering inside of TelX is probably doing it privately
and because of the cost of xcon's there, probably would keep doing it
BTW, if anyone is interested in speaking about MetroIX, contact myself or
Avi off-list. It's been moving along slowly as people re-evaluate peering
arrangements, companies that we talk to disappear, etc ;) People like to
see things done instantly in this market, but that's not always the best way
to get things done right...
On Tue, Aug 27, 2002 at 12:38:43PM -0400, Ralph Doncaster wrote:
> I have a POP in 60 Hudson, 19th floor. The only peering exchange I'm
> aware of in the building is Stealth's IPV6 exchange in Tel-X (23rd
> floor). If there's any interest in IPV4 peering from any networks with a
> presence on the 19th, I'd be willing to provide free 100baseTx ports on a
> peering switch in 1904.
> I'm aware of MetroIX, but that's on the 15th floor and its unreasonably
> expensive to get fiber cross-connects between floors in 60 Hudson, and
> cat5 cross-connects aren't even available between the 19th and 15th
> Ralph Doncaster
> principal, IStop.com