[SASAG] Lots of bandwidth for relatively short terms?
ryan at netriver.net
Fri Jun 22 11:28:39 PDT 2007
I agree with Michael, we also use Michelle for many needs as she is an
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[mailto:members-bounces at lists.sasag.org] On Behalf Of Michael T.
Sent: Friday, June 22, 2007 10:17 AM
To: branen salmon
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Subject: Re: [SASAG] Lots of bandwidth for relatively short terms?
Talk to a broker. My broker is Michelle Hyde,
michelle at bandwidthadvisors.com. Brokers work with a dozen or
so carriers, and play prices off each other to win their customers
business. Michelle is the most aggressive I've known.
She sells colo, leased lines, IP, peering arrangements, SONET ,and
On Jun 22, 2007, at 9:16 AM, branen salmon wrote:
> Hi, all--
> Here's another datacom-related question: does anyone have any pointers
> on acquiring a very large amount of cross-country, point-to-point
> bandwidth for a relatively short period of time? I've got a huge
> amount of data I need to schlep over to the east coast, but my initial
> plan of loading a ton of disks onto a shipping pallet was
> unceremoniously vetoed. I'm talking to a company on the other side
> that leases fiber to sports networks for tournament coverage, and it
> looks like I can probably make this (Me->Sprint->IFN->Them) work, but
> I can't help but think that there's a better way.
> Thanks in advance! I'll let the list know what I wind up doing.
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