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Re: Minneapolis: 2 reports of tornado touchdowns
- From: Scott Altman
- Date: Thu Sep 22 17:20:38 2005
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Representing a large enterprise company in the twin cities, we didn't
feel any impact from the storms as far as our carriers go (we use the
big 3, RBOC and others); no blips. The areas affected are "suburban"
for lack of a better term without much carrier presence (CO's are
obviously abundant, but they took it well AFAIK).
In other news our data center (located in one of hard-hit areas)
switched over to generator without even a flicker of the lights and
all is well there. So, success stories from my perspective.
Being a paid-on-call firefighter for one of those suburbs, well, that
was a different story and way off topic.
> Tornadoes aren't an unheard-of phenomenon in the Midwest, and smart NSPs
> and ISPs will have planned for such events.