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HE.NET: New POPs; Channel Partners LV Conference; Pricing Summary
Dear Hurricane Electric Channel Partners: First : over the past five weeks, Hurricane Electric has turned up the following new Points of Presence: 143: Equinix MA3, Joule House, 76 Trafford Park Road, Manchester M17 1HE, United Kingdom. 144: Equinix MA2, Reynolds House, Technopark4 ...
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Dear Hurricane Electric Channel Partners: First: over the past five weeks, Hurricane Electric has turned up the following new Points of Presence: 143: Equinix MA3, Joule House, 76 Trafford Park Road, Manchester M17 1HE, United Kingdom. 144: Equinix MA2, Reynolds House, Technopark4 Archway, Manchester M15 5RN, United Kingdom.  145: Equinix FR7, Gutleutstrasse 310, 60327 Frankfurt, Germany.  146: Equinix DB1, Unit 4027, Kingswood Road, City West Business Campus, Dublin 24, Ireland. 147: Equinix DB3, Unit 2, Northwest Business Park, Ballycoolin, Dublin 15, Ireland. 148: Equinix MI3 Miami, 4680 Conference Way South, Suite 150, Boca Raton, FL 33431. Yes, we now have 148 global Points of Presence on six continents!   A dozen more are pending (including Jacksonville, Reno, Richmond, Slough, and Melbourne). Where else could you sell our IP Transit service, if we added a new POP there?   Second:  We're preparing for the 2018 Channel Partners Conference & Exposition, April 17-20 in Las Vegas. While the "free expo pass" offer has expired, you can still use this link for discounted CPLV passes; use promo code HURRICANEELECTRIC. Mark Welch will be in Las Vegas from Monday evening through Saturday morning.   Reminder: Hurricane Electric reduced most pricing in North America, Europe, and some Asian POPs, last month. See the quick recap, below my signature.  How can I help you profit? Thank you for your courtesy.  Mark Welch, Channel Sales, mwelch@he.netHurricane Electric Internet Services+1-510-580-4103 directHE POP List & Network Map: pop.he.net/map.pdf Hurricane Electric: Quick Pricing Recap:   10Gbps-on-10GE Flat-rate IP Transit service, with $0 setup, on a 3-year term: $  1,600/month: Any European POP and most mainland US POPs; $  2,100/month: Canada, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Singapore, and some US cities; $  7,500/month: Honolulu, Osaka, Seoul, Taipei, Dubai, Djibouti, Sao Paulo, Bogota; $25,000/month: Sydney, Melbourne, Nairobi, Johannesburg.   1Gbps-on-GigE Flat-rate IP Transit service, with $0 setup, on a 3-year term: $   360/month: Any POP in Europe, mainland North America, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Singapore; $1,500/month: Honolulu, Osaka, Seoul, Taipei, Dubai, Djibouti, Sao Paulo, Bogota; $4,000/month: Sydney, Melbourne, Nairobi, Johannesburg.   This pricing (in US dollars) does not include the required cross-connect, nor local transport. 
Hurricane Electric Promotion
Colocation Specials: New Brochure
We've updated our promotional sheet for our Co-location Specials. [Summer 2017] Special #1: Full Cabinet + Gigabit for $400/month Special #2: Five-pack of Cabinets for $1,500/month ($300 each) PDF version: https://channel.he.net/pdf/HE-Cabinet-Specials-2017-03-21-generic.pdf ...
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We've updated our promotional sheet for our Co-location Specials. [Summer 2017] Special #1: Full Cabinet + Gigabit for $400/month Special #2: Five-pack of Cabinets for $1,500/month ($300 each) PDF version: https://channel.he.net/pdf/HE-Cabinet-Specials-2017-03-21-generic.pdf Editable MS Word version: https://channel.he.net/pdf/HE-Cabinet-Specials-2017-03-21-generic.docx How can I help you profit? ________________________________________________Mark Welch, Channel Sales ... mwelch@he.netHurricane Electric Internet Services+1-510-580-4103 direct ... 510-940-5061 cell Colocation Data Center -- Hurricane Electric -- Fremont -- San Francisco Bay Area -- Silicon Valley
Hurricane Electric Promotion
Beyond Our POPs: IP Transit over Internet Exchange Points (IXPs)
ASN/BGP customers who aren't connected to one of Hurricane Electric's 121 global Points of Presence (POPs), can purchase IP Transit service over more than 150 Internet Exchange Points (IXPs). One benefit: only one cross-connect for the exchange port, and no additional cross-connect to Hurricane ...
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ASN/BGP customers who aren't connected to one of Hurricane Electric's 121 global Points of Presence (POPs), can purchase IP Transit service over more than 150 Internet Exchange Points (IXPs). One benefit: only one cross-connect for the exchange port, and no additional cross-connect to Hurricane Electric's equipment. Here's a list of US and Canadian IXPs that we're connected to, and the more than 200 data centers where those exchanges have equipment.    Atlanta Megaport: Digital Realty ATL1, 56 Marietta Street, Atlanta, GAMegaport: Equinix AT1, 2nd Floor 180 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GASNAP (SoutheastNAP): Colo AtlTelx Atlanta: Telx Only Austin   Megaport: CyrusOne Austin Met II, 7301 Metropolis Drive, Austin, TX Belle Plaine MN         MICE: Neutral Path Belle Plaine MSP1 Boston                 Boston IX: Markley Lowell MABoston IX: Markley One Summer St.Mass-IX: 105 Cabot Street, NeedhamMass-IX: 1155 Westminster Street, Providence, RIMass-IX: 128 First Avenue, NeedhamMass-IX: 187 Billerica Road, ChelmsfordMass-IX: 200 Quannapowitt Pkwy, WakefieldMass-IX: 300 Bent Street, CambridgeMass-IX: 304 Carpenter Street, Providence, RIMass-IX: 60 School Street, BrocktonMass-IX: 70 Innerbelt Road, SomervilleMass-IX: EdgeConneX Boston, BillericaMass-IX: Markley Lowell MAMass-IX: Markley One Summer St.Megaport: Markley One Summer St.Megaport: EdgeConnex Boston, 22 Linnell Circle, Billerica, MA Chicago AMS-IX Chicago: Coresite CH1 (427 S La Salle St #100)AMS-IX Chicago: DFT CH2 (2299 Busse Road, Elk Grove Village)AMS-IX Chicago: Digital Realty CHI1 (350 East Cermak) via MegaportAMS-IX Chicago: Digital Realty CHI2 (600 S Federal Street) via MegaportAMS-IX Chicago: Equinix CH1/CH2 (350 East Cermak) via MegaportAMS-IX Chicago: GFX/CME (350 East Cermak)Any2 Chicago: Coresite OnlyChIX (United-IX): 350 E Cermak (ch1)ChIX (United-IX): 427 LaSalle (ch3)ChIX (United-IX): 603 Discovery (ch2)Equinix Chicago: Equinix OnlyMegaport: CyrusOne/CME Chicago, 2905 Diehl Road, Aurora, ILMegaport: Digital Realty CHI1, 350 East Cermak Road, Chicago, ILMegaport: Digital Realty CHI2, 600 S Federal Street, Chicago, ILMegaport: Equinix CH1/CH2, 350 East Cermak Road, Chicago, IL Cincinnati Megaport: CyrusOne Cincinnati, 229 West Seventh Street, Cincinnati, OH Columbus OhioIX: Cologix Columbus Dallas DE-CIX Dallas: Cologix (Infomart, Suite 1032)DE-CIX Dallas: Equinix DA1 (Infomart, Suite 1034)DE-CIX Dallas: Equinix DA3 (Infomart, Suite 1039A)DE-CIX Dallas: Infomart MMR (Infomart, Suite 4000)DE-CIX Dallas: Level 3 (Infomart, Broadwing) (Infomart, Suite 6060)DE-CIX Dallas: ViaWest (Infomart, Suite 1070)DE-CIX Dallas: Zayo/zColo (Infomart, Suite 1039E)DE-CIX Dallas: Zayo/zColo (Infomart, Suite 4006)Equinix Dallas: Equinix OnlyMegaport: Cologix DAL2, 1950 North Stemmons Fwy, Dallas, TXMegaport: CyrusOne Carrollton, 1649 West Frankford Road, Dallas, TXMegaport: CyrusOne Lewisville, 2501 South State Highway, Dallas, TXMegaport: Digital Realty DAL1, 2323 Bryan Street, Dallas, TXMegaport: Digital Realty DAL3, 850 E Collins Blvd, Dallas, TXMegaport: Equinix DA1, 1950 North Stemmons Fwy, Dallas, TX Denver Any2 Denver: Coresite OnlyIX-Denver: Denver Gas & Electric Building, 910 15th Street Detroit DET-IX: 123.Net - 24245 Northwestern Hwy. Southfield, MIDET-IX: 123.Net - 24275 Northwestern Hwy. Southfield, MIDET-IX: 123.Net - 24700 Northwestern Hwy. Southfield, MIDET-IX: 365 Data Centers - 24660 Lahser Rd. Southfield, MIDET-IX: EdgeConneX - 21005 Lahser Rd. Southfield, MI Honolulu DRF IX: DR Fortress, 3375 Koapaka Street Houston Megaport: CyrusOne Galleria, 4201 Southwest Freeway, Houston, TXMegaport: CyrusOne Houston West 3, 11003 Corporate Centre Drive, Houston, TXMegaport: EdgeConnex Houston, 1510 Prime West Parkway, Katy, TX Kansas City KCIX: 1102 Grand Meet-Me Room, KCKCIX: Oak Tower 10th Floor, 324 E 11th Street, KCKCIX: The Cable Building, 1321 Burlington Road, Suite 500, North KC Las Vegas Megaport: Switch SUPERNAP 7, 7135 S Decatur Blvd, Las Vegas, NV Los Angeles Any2 Los Angeles: Coresite OnlyEquinix Los Angeles: Equinix OnlyLAIIX: 1 WilshireLAIIX: 626 WilshireMegaport: CoreSite LA1, 624 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CAMegaport: Digital Realty LOS1, 600 West 7th Street, Los Angeles, CAMegaport: Equinix LA1, 600 West 7th Street, Los Angeles, CA Madison MadIX: Network222 Suite 12, 222 W. Washington StreetMadIX: University of Wisconsin-Madison Computer Sciences building (DoIT), 1210 W. Dayton St Miami FL-IX: ColoHouse, 36 NE 2nd StFL-IX: Digital Realty Telx, 36 NE 2nd StFL-IX: Equinix, 36 NE 2nd StFL-IX: Host.net, Boca RatonFL-IX: Host.net, Ft. LauderdaleFL-IX: iM Datacenters, 36 NE 2nd StFL-IX: Verizon, 50 NE 9th StFL-IX: zColo, 36 NE 2nd St, MiamiMegaport: Digital Realty MIA1, 36 N.E. 2nd Street, Miami, FLMegaport: Verizon Miami, 50 NE 9th Street, Miami, FLNOTA: Equinix NOTA, 50 NE 9th Street Minneapolis MICE: Cologix MIN1, 511 11th Ave S Montgomery MGMix: Retirement Systems of Alabama Dexter Ave. Datacenter Mountain View NASA-AIX: NASA Ames New York AMS-IX New York: Coresite NY1 (32 Avenue of the Americas, NYC) via MegaportAMS-IX New York: Digital Realty NJR3 (2 Peekay Drive, Clifton, NJ) via MegaportAMS-IX New York: Digital Realty NTC1 (60 Hudson Street, NYC) via MegaportAMS-IX New York: Digital Realty NYC3 (32 Avenue of the Americas, NYC) via MegaportAMS-IX New York: Digital Realty/Telx NYC2 (111 8th Avenue, NYC)AMS-IX New York: Equinix NY9 (111 8th Avenue, NYC via MegaportAMS-IX New York: New York Internet NJ (99 Frontier Rd, Bridgewater, NJ) via MegaportAMS-IX New York: New York Internet NYC (100 William Street, NYC) via MegaportAMS-IX New York: zColo (165 Halsey, Newark NJ) via MegaportAny2 New York: Coresite OnlyBig APE: 111 8th Avenue (Suite 734) NYCBig APE: 325 Hudson Street, NYCBig APE: Telx 60 Hudson Street NYCDE-CIX New York: 1025Connect, Long IslandDE-CIX New York: 111 8th Avenue, NYCDE-CIX New York: 165 Halsey Street, Newark, NJDE-CIX New York: 2 Emerson Lane, Secaucus, NJDE-CIX New York: 275 Hartz Way, Secaucus, NJ (transport required)DE-CIX New York: 32 Avenue of the Americas, NYCDE-CIX New York: 325 Hudson Street, NYCDE-CIX New York: 375 Pearl Street, NYCDE-CIX New York: 5851 West Side Avenue, North Bergen, NJ (transport required)DE-CIX New York: 60 Hudson Street, NYCDE-CIX New York: 85 10th Avenue, NYCEquinix New York: Equinix OnlyMegaport: CoreSite NY1, 32 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NYMegaport: CyrusOne Totowa, 50 Madison Road, Totowa, NJMegaport: Digital Realty NJR3, 2 Peekay Drive, Clifton, NJMegaport: Digital Realty NYC1, 60 Hudson Street, New York, NYMegaport: Digital Realty NYC2, 111 8th Avenue, New York, NYMegaport: Digital Realty NYC3, 32 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NYMegaport: Equinix NY9, 111 8th Avenue, New York, NYMegaport: NYI, NJ, 999 Frontier Rd, Bridgewater, NJMegaport: NYI, NYC, 100 William Street, New York, NYMegaport: zColo 165 Halsey, 165 Halsey Street, Newark, NJNYIIX: 111 8th Avenue, NYCNYIIX: 165 Halsey St, Newark, NJNYIIX: 2 Emerson Ln, Secaucus, NJNYIIX: 32 Ave of the Americas, NYCNYIIX: 60 Hudson, NYCNYIIX: 7 Teleport, NYCNYIIX: 85 10th Avenue, NYCTelx New York: Telx Only Northern Nevada TahoeIX: Roller Network, Reno Northern Virginia Any2 NorthEast: Coresite OnlyEquinix Ashburn: Equinix OnlyLINX NoVA: CoreSite RestonLINX NoVA: DuPont Fabros, AshburnLINX NoVA: EvoSwitch, ManassasMegaport: CoreSite VA1, 12100 Sunrise Valley Drive, Reston, VAMegaport: Culpeper Verizon, 18155 Technology Drive, Culpeper, VAMegaport: CyrusOne Sterling, 21111 Ridgetop Circle, Sterling, VAMegaport: Digital Realty ASH1, 44100 Digital Loudoun Plaza, Ashburn, VAMegaport: Equinix DC2, 21715 Filigree Court, Ashburn, VAMegaport: zColo 21635 Red Rum Drive, 21635 Red Rum Drive, Ashburn, VA Norwalk CT Megaport: CyrusOne Norwalk, 6 Norden Place, Norwalk, CT Omaha OmahaIX: NCC, 1623 Farnam St Palo Alto Equinix Palo Alto: Equinix Only Phoenix Megaport: CyrusOne Chandler, 2335 South Ellis Road, Phoenix, AZMegaport: Digital Realty PHX1, 120 E. Van Buren Street, Phoenix, AZPhoenix IX: CyrusOnePhoenix IX: EdgeConneXPhoenix IX: Phoenix-NAPPhoenix IX: QTS Phoenix (Formerly Carpathia)Phoenix IX: telX (120 East Van Buren / DRT) Telx Phoenix: Telx Only Portland OR Megaport: Digital Realty PRT1, 3825 N.W. Aloclek Place, HillsboroMegaport: EdgeConneX POR1, 23245 NW Evergreen Parkway, Portland, ORNWAX: Atmosera Beaverton, 9705 SW Sunshine CourtNWAX: Edgeconnex Hillsboro, 23245 NW Evergreen Pkwy Bldg CNWAX: InfoMart/Opus, 21515 NW Evergreen PkwyNWAX: LightPoint, 625 SW Stark St.NWAX: Opus/Tata, 1225 W Burnside StNWAX: Pittock Bldg, 921 SW WashingtonNWAX: ViaWest Hillsboro, 3935 NW Aloclek PlNWAX: Vxchnge, 1233 NW 12th Ave Salt Lake City SLIX: C7 Social HallSLIX: EdgeConneXSLIX: Level3 DelongSLIX: XMission Data Center San Antonio Megaport: CyrusOne San Antonio I, 9999 Westover Hills Blvd, San Antonio, TX San Francisco Bay Area AMS-IX Bay Area: CoreSite SV1 (55 S. Market, San Jose);AMS-IX Bay Area: Digital Realty SCL2 (2820 NW Pkwy, Santa Clara) via MegaportAMS-IX Bay Area: Digital Realty Telx (365 Main, San Francisco)AMS-IX Bay Area: Digital Realty/Telx SFR1  (200 Paul, San Francisco)AMS-IX Bay Area: Equinix SV1 (11 Great Oaks, San Jose) via MegaportAMS-IX Bay Area: Hurricane Electric Fremont 2 , 48233 Warm Springs Blvd, Fremont CAAny2 Northern California: Coresite OnlyEquinix San Jose: Equinix OnlyMegaport: CoreSite SV1, 55 South Market Street, San Jose, CAMegaport: Digital Realty SCL2, 2820 Northwestern Pkwy, Santa Clara, CAMegaport: Digital Realty SF1, 365 Main Street, San Francisco, CAMegaport: EdgeConnex Santa Clara, 1700 Richard Avenue, Santa Clara, CAMegaport: Equinix SV1, 11 Great Oaks Boulevard, San Jose, CASFMIX: 365 Data Centers, 534 Stockton Ave., San JoseSFMIX: Digital Realty Telx, 200 Paul Ave., San FranciscoSFMIX: Digital Realty Telx, 365 Main St., San FranciscoSFMIX: Hurricane Electric, 48233 Warm Springs Blvd., FremontSFMIX: Vantage Seattle Equinix Seattle: Equinix OnlyMegaport: Digital Realty SEA1, 3433 South 120th Place, Seattle, WAMegaport: Equinix SE2, 2001 6th Avenue, Seattle, WAMegaport: Internap SEF, 140 4th Avenue North, Seattle, WAMegaport: Westin Building, 2001 6th Avenue, Seattle, WAMegaport: Wowrack Seattle, 12201 Tukwila International Boulevard, Seattle, WASIX: KOMO PlazaSIX: Sabey IntergateSIX: Westin Building.SIX: Wowrack Tukwila Calgary YYCIX Canada: City of Calgary, City Hall (no colo)YYCIX Canada: DataHiveYYCIX Canada: Q9YYCIX Canada: Shaw DC Edmonton YEGIX Canada: Wolfpaw Montreal Megaport: 4Degres Colocation, 2900 Avenue Marie CurieQIX Montreal Canada: Cologix MTL3, 1250 boul. René-LévesqueQIX Montreal Canada: RISQ/Cologix MTL1, 625 boul. René-Lévesque Quebec City Megaport: 4Degres Colocation, 2675 boul. Parc Technologique Toronto Equinix Toronto Canada: Equinix OnlyMegaport: Cologix TOR1, 151 Front Street West, Toronto, ONMegaport: Cologix TOR2, 905 King Street West, Toronto, ONMegaport: Equinix TR1, 151 Front Street West, Toronto, ONMegaport: Q9 100 Wellington, 100 Wellington Street West, Toronto, ONTORIX Canada: 35 John St (planned)TORIX Canada: 905 King St (planned)TORIX Canada: Cologix, 151 Front St WTORIX Canada: Equinix TR1, 151 Front St WTORIX Canada: Equinix TR2, 45 Parliament StTORIX Canada: Neutral Data Centres, 151 Front St WTORIX Canada: Q9 Data Center (planned) Vancouver PIX Vancouver (Cogeco Peer 1): Cogeco Peer1VANIX Canada: BCNET, Harbour Centre Spencer Building, 515 West Hastings Street, Vancouver BC V6B 5K3VANIX Canada: Cologix VAN2, 1050 West Pender Street, Suite 212VANIX Canada: Harbour Centre Tower, MMR, 555 West Hastings Street (6th Floor)VANIX Canada: Peer1 Hosting, 555 West Hastings Street (21st Floor) Winnipeg MBIX Canada: Global Server Centre, 167 LombardMBIX Canada: Les.net YWG2, 294 Portage AvenueWPGIX Canada: 167 Lombard[June 30, 2017]
Hurricane Electric Quick Post
Seven New POPs in 3 weeks
Seven new HE.NET Points of Presence (POPs) have gone live in our global network, in just three weeks. Dubai : Equinix (May 8); Zagreb : SRCE (May 5); Djibouti : Djibouti Data Center (May 2); London : Telehouse North (April 27); ...
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Seven new HE.NET Points of Presence (POPs) have gone live in our global network, in just three weeks.   Dubai: Equinix (May 8);  Zagreb: SRCE (May 5); Djibouti: Djibouti Data Center (May 2); London: Telehouse North (April 27); Newark NJ: 165 Halsey (April 24); Houston: Consolidated Data Center (April 20); Indianapolis: Lifeline Data Center (April 17). Dates shown are our social media announcements; all POPs are live NOW. Hurricane Electric now has 119 POPs in 91 cities in 40 countries on five continents, including POPs in 27 US states and 6 Canadian provinces. http://pop.he.net/  http://pop.he.net/map.pdf  [May 4, 2017]
Hurricane Electric Notes from the Field
Fast Turn-Up Times
I've just done a quick analysis of all Hurricane Electric orders placed through channel partners (and my team), over the past 2+ years: 31% of orders turned up in less than 10 days 56% of orders turned up in less than 20 days 72% of orders turned up in one month or less ...
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I've just done a quick analysis of all Hurricane Electric orders placed through channel partners (and my team), over the past 2+ years:    31% of orders turned up in less than 10 days    56% of orders turned up in less than 20 days    72% of orders turned up in one month or less This is the time from the submittal of a signed order, to the date when service was fully operational. [August 11, 2017]
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​Comparing Burstable and Flat-Rate Ports
Hurricane Electric's flat-rate pricing is often a much better value than a competitor's burstable pricing. Recently, a prospective customer inquired about 5Gbps-on-10GE service, which a competitor quoted at $0.60 per Mbps ($3,000/month plus $0.60/Mbps for any usage above 5Gbps). But on the ...
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Hurricane Electric's flat-rate pricing is often a much better value than a competitor's burstable pricing.Recently, a prospective customer inquired about 5Gbps-on-10GE service, which a competitor quoted at $0.60 per Mbps ($3,000/month plus $0.60/Mbps for any usage above 5Gbps).But on the same one-year term, at the same POP location, Hurricane Electric charges $3,000/month for a flat-rate 10Gbps port.Competitor: $3,000/month plus $0.60/Mbps for any usage above 5Gbps.Hurricane: $3,000/month plus $___0/Mbps for any usage above 5Gbps.Even ignoring other fees charged by the competitor (but not by Hurricane Electric), our IP Transit service has exactly the same base cost, but zero overage charges, eliminating the competing potential for thousands of dollars of overage charges.
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Fast Turn-Up (Hurricane Electric IP Transit)
[Jan. 17, 2017] A new customer sought to turn up new IP Transit service across an IXP (internet exchange point), today. (No "rush" or special treatment was requested.) 11:18 : Customer provides complete order. 14:42: HE processes customer's initial payment. 14:54: HE provisioning department ...
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[Jan. 17, 2017] A new customer sought to turn up new IP Transit service across an IXP (internet exchange point), today. (No "rush" or special treatment was requested.)11:18: Customer provides complete order.14:42: HE processes customer's initial payment.14:54: HE provisioning department asks for existing customer prefixes.15:07: Customer confirms prefixes.15:24: Customer requests additional IPv4 block.15:34: HE provisioning department allocates and enables new IPv4 block.15:36: HE confirms that service is turned up and LIVE!(That's 4 hours, 18 minutes from order to live service.)We love our customers!_______Your mileage may vary. Professional driver on closed course. :-)Image credit: http://bgp.he.net/report/exchanges
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How can you sell against deeply-discounted burstable bandwidth?
[Jan.13, 2017] How can you sell against deeply-discounted burstable bandwidth? Background: Some vendors offer burstable bandwidth at incredibly low prices, and may also agree to low commitments aggregated across multiple ports (sometimes at multiple locations). Of course, you'll always want to ...
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[Jan.13, 2017] How can you sell against deeply-discounted burstable bandwidth?Background: Some vendors offer burstable bandwidth at incredibly low prices, and may also agree to low commitments aggregated across multiple ports (sometimes at multiple locations).Of course, you'll always want to watch for "the usual" special terms: high setup fees, price-escalation language, or service-level guarantees. But there's a lot more to research.Talk to your customers and other agents about any issues they've encountered with these ports. Research whether any network issues are being honestly explained by the vendor (will the vendor always say "it's a DDOS," even if the issue is overselling and saturation?).Some vendors may configure their Quality-of-Service (QoS) settings to prioritize some customers' traffic over others. Thus, discount customers might find that during peak hours, and during DDOS attacks, their traffic is impacted much more than other customers with ports in the same location. Which priority will be reflected in the customer's pre-sales testing?Some vendors may offer low-cost bandwidth by grossly overselling capacity. When the uplink is saturated, traffic is delayed and packets may be lost. Some vendors may also impose rate limits (throttling) on some customers during peak usage periods, so that a customer might not be able to burst to the full expected capacity while the uplink is near saturation … but during off-hours, the same port may easily burst to the full 10Gbps during a DDOS attack against that customer.Pay attention to the measure: typically, usage-based billing is based on "95% usage," where the top 5% of traffic measurements on the port during the entire month are excluded. (This excludes typical traffic bursts from infrequent events, such as a DDOS.) Very slight changes can have a huge billing impact; for example, some vendors may measure the 95% only on some peak days during the week or month.How can you sell Hurricane Electric IP Transit against deeply-discounted burstable bandwidth?First, always provide the customer with Hurricane Electric's flat-rate pricing as well as any burstable pricing they've requested.If a customer wants service across multiple POP locations, ask your channel manager about special pricing for certain types of customers.Next, make sure that the customer understands what the other vendor is actually promising and delivering; challenge any unrealistic promises, and help the customer do research to find the truth. Is the customer being quoted a low rate per-Mbps but with a monthly "port fee" added?If the customer chooses to order service from another provider, keep in touch! A few weeks or months down the road, they may experience issues and need a replacement service (or additional service). Remember that Hurricane Electric can turn up a new port in just one or two days, in most situations.Hurricane Electric Internet Services: Channel Program:https://channel.he.net/mwelch@he.net
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Some Resources about Internet Peering
Internet peering: My "go-to" resource for mostly- neutral advice about internet peering is Bill Norton's web site at drpeering.net http://drpeering.net/ and his book "The 2014 Internet Peering Playbook: Connecting to the Core of the Internet" (available as a Kindle ebook for $10, ...
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Internet peering: My "go-to" resource for mostly-neutral advice about internet peering is Bill Norton's web site at drpeering.net http://drpeering.net/ and his book "The 2014 Internet Peering Playbook: Connecting to the Core of the Internet" (available as a Kindle ebook for $10, http://amzn.to/2jcd5Il).Bill Norton, "The Business Case for Peering," http://drpeering.net/core/ch5-Business-Case-for-Peering.html Bill Norton, "The Battle Continues: Peering vs Transit" http://drpeering.net/AskDrPeering/blog/articles/Ask_DrPeering/Entries/2013/5/24_The_Battle_Continues__Peering_vs._Transit.html Some other resources and presentations:https://www.nanog.org/meetings/nanog51/presentations/Sunday/NANOG51.Talk3.peering-nanog51.pdf https://www.enog.org/presentations/enog-10/65-ENOG-HE-TMD-presentation.pdf PeeringDB and Why Everyone Should Use It: http://www.isoc.org/isoc/conferences/afpif/2011/docs/martin_levy_hurricane-electric-peeringdb.pdf IPv6 peering stats: http://archive.apnic.net/meetings/26/program/ipv6/levy-ipv6-stats.pdf http://bgp.he.net/report/peers http://peeringdb.com
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Free Expo Pass: Channel Partners 2017 (April 10-13, Las Vegas)
Follow this link for a Free Expo Pass (or discounted conference passes) for the Channel Partners Conference and Exposition, at the Mandalay Bay Hotel, April 10-13, Las Vegas: Channel Partners Conference 2017 - Free Expo Pass, Discounted Conference Passes
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Follow this link for a Free Expo Pass (or discounted conference passes) for the Channel Partners Conference and Exposition, at the Mandalay Bay Hotel, April 10-13, Las Vegas: Channel Partners Conference 2017 - Free Expo Pass, Discounted Conference Passes
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More Price reductions in Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Singapore (and more)
[November 29, 2016] Hurricane Electric has adjusted some pricing, with one very significant change: Pricing in Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Singapore has been reduced to the same as our non-promo rates for Europe and most North American cities: 1Gbps: $390/month (3yr) [formerly $2,000/month] ...
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[November 29, 2016] Hurricane Electric has adjusted some pricing, with one very significant change:Pricing in Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Singapore has been reduced to the same as our non-promo rates for Europe and most North American cities:1Gbps: $390/month (3yr) [formerly $2,000/month]10Gbps: $3,000/mo (3yr) [formerly $10,000/month]Across IXP: 1Gbps $400/mo + $600/Gbps overage. [formerly $2,000/month+]Pricing is unchanged for other Asia locations, and for Sao Paulo and Honolulu. At most locations, Layer 2 Transport pricing has also been reduced (by $100/month, for intracontinental). Layer 2 rates to Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Singapore are now the same as our rates for Europe and most North American cities.We've also added a new Fremont colocation option: a non-shared cabinet special for $300/month including 1Gbps and up to 10U space plus up to 5 amps power (120 volt).These changes are not yet reflected in the Channel Portal.
Hurricane Electric Notes from the Field
End-of-Year at Hurricane Electric
Dear Hurricane Electric Channel Partners: First, Hurricane Electric doesn't have end-of-quarter or end-of-year specials. But if another provider offers your customer an "end of quarter" special, we might match that price -- please ask me! (We do need to see the actual quote, to be sure it's ...
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Dear Hurricane Electric Channel Partners:First, Hurricane Electric doesn't have end-of-quarter or end-of-year specials. But if another provider offers your customer an "end of quarter" special, we might match that price -- please ask me! (We do need to see the actual quote, to be sure it's as "special" as the customer believes.)We are extending all three of our ongoing specials to (at least) March 31, 2017: our $400 Fremont colocation cabinet with 1Gbps, our $1,000 agent bonus for new-ASN customers at any of our 106 global POP locations across five continents, and our "Extreme BGP" opportunity ($2,500, $5,000, or $10,000 agent bonus) for certain new-ASN customers in Fremont. Second, our data centers in Fremont and our global network operations center (NOC) are open and staffed 24/7. We can even provision and turn up new services for existing customers.Alas, many other providers do schedule "no-change" periods during the holidays, which may delay some tasks (including new cross-connects and some trouble-shooting).Our accounting offices will be closed Monday & Tuesday, December 26 & 27, and on Monday January 2, so new-customer orders won't be processed on those days (nor on weekend days), except in very extraordinary circumstances. As a channel partner, you can email me or call my cell phone at 510-940-5061 for any urgent needs. (If I don't answer my cell, please email mwelch@he.net.)Finally, I wish you a very happy holiday season, and hope you have much to look forward to in the New Year.How can I help you profit? _____________________________________________Mark Welch, Channel Sales DevelopmentHurricane Electric Internet Services510.580.4103 direct ... mwelch@he.netHE Network Map: pop.he.net/map.pdfHE POP List: pop.he.netChannel Program: channel.he.net_____________________________________________
Hurricane Electric Quick Post
Upcoming POPs: Reno, Montgomery, Houston, Dubai, Manchester, Geneva
[Nov. 7, 2016] We have now committed to extending our network to the following new locations: Reno, Nevada [Rollernet] Montgomery, Alabama [RSA Dexter Ave] Houston, Texas [Netrality, 1301 Fannin] Houston, Texas [Consolidated, 811 Louisiana St] Milan, Italy [Enter] Chicago, ...
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[Nov. 7, 2016] We have now committed to extending our network to the following new locations:Reno, Nevada [Rollernet] Montgomery, Alabama [RSA Dexter Ave] Houston, Texas [Netrality, 1301 Fannin] Houston, Texas [Consolidated, 811 Louisiana St] Milan, Italy [Enter] Chicago, Illinois [Netrality] Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [Netrality] Dubai, UAE [Equinix DX1] Geneva, Switzerland [Equinix GV1] Paris, France [Equinix PA2]Manchester, UK [Equinix]Atlanta, Georgia [Equinix] (We've also got a long list of additional cities to follow.)As we turn up these 12 new Points of Presence (POPs), we'll be adding six new cities (Reno, Montgomery, Houston, Dubai, Manchester, and Geneva), one new US state (Alabama), and one new country (the United Arab Emirates) to our existing IP Transit network, which currently includes 105 global POPs on five continents, in the following cities:Amsterdam, Ashburn, Atlanta, Barcelona, Belgrade, Belle Plaine, Berlin, Boston, Brussels, Bucharest, Budapest, Calgary, Charlotte, Cheyenne, Chicago, Columbus, Copenhagen (Ballerup), Dallas, Denver, Detroit (Southfield), Dublin, Dusseldorf, Edmonton, Frankfurt, Fremont, Hamburg, Helsinki, Hong Kong, Honolulu, Johannesburg, Kansas City, Kiev, Las Vegas, Lisbon, London, Los Angeles, Luxembourg, Madison, Madrid, Marseille, Miami, Milan, Minneapolis, Moncton, Montreal, Munich, New York City, Omaha, Osaka, Palo Alto, Paris, Paris (Aubervilliers), Philadelphia, Phoenix, Portland, Prague, Reston, Riga, Rochester, Rome, Saint Louis, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, San Jose, Santa Clara, Sao Paulo, Saskatoon, Seattle, Seoul, Singapore, Sofia, Stockholm (Bromma), Taipei, Tallinn, Tokyo, Toronto, Vancouver, Vienna, Vilnius, Warsaw, Winnipeg, and ZurichCurrent Network Map: pop.he.net/map.pdf Current POP list: pop.he.net How can I help you profit as a Hurricane Electric channel partner?
Hurricane Electric Quick Post
Pricing Reduced 75% in Tokyo & Hong Kong (IP Transit, bandwidth)
[November 1, 2016] Hurricane Electric has adjusted some pricing, with one very significant change: Pricing in Tokyo and Hong Kong has been reduced to the same as our non-promo NA/EU rates: 1Gbps: $390/month (3yr) [formerly $2,000/month] 10Gbps: $3,000 /mo (3yr) [formerly ...
[November 1, 2016] Hurricane Electric has adjusted some pricing, with one very significant change:Pricing in Tokyo and Hong Kong has been reduced to the same as our non-promo NA/EU rates:1Gbps: $390/month (3yr) [formerly $2,000/month] 10Gbps: $3,000/mo (3yr) [formerly $10,000/month] Across IXP: 1Gbps $400/mo + $600/Gbps overage. [formerly $2,000/month+] Pricing is unchanged for other Asia locations, and for Sao Paulo and Honolulu.Layer 2 Transport pricing has also been reduced (by $100/month, for intracontinental US or EU), and Layer 2 rates to Tokyo and Hong Kong are now standard NA/EU Intercontinental rates.We've also added a new Fremont colocation option: a non-shared cabinet special for $300/month including 1Gbps and up to 10U space plus up to 5 amps power (120 volt). These changes are not yet reflected in the Channel Portal.
Hurricane Electric Quick Post
Free Peering vs. Paid Transit (an introduction)
[April 13, 2016] A prospective customer asked one of our agents, "Why can't I just connect to the internet using free peering? … I see that Hurricane Electric peers on [a particular Internet Exchange Point] and it is 'Open BGP,' meaning they take all peers… Theoretically that implies we can ...
bandwidth, Data Center, Internet Service, ip transit, IXP, Peer, Peering
[April 13, 2016] A prospective customer asked one of our agents,"Why can't I just connect to the internet using free peering? … I see that Hurricane Electric peers on [a particular Internet Exchange Point] and it is 'Open BGP,' meaning they take all peers… Theoretically that implies we can get to the internet via that path… right? Something seems wrong here… right?"Correct: something is wrong with this theory. Yes, Hurricane Electric's industry-leading peering policies are extremely open. But....Peering is for traffic directed to another peer's own network and that peer's paid customers. Hurricane Electric accepts traffic from a peer if it's for one of our customers(and our customers' customers, etc.), but not if it's for somewhere beyond our network. And the "whole internet" isn't accessible through free peering, because some of the largest networks won't peer (ever) with smaller networks for free, so peering will always work only for a portion of internet traffic.In contrast, our IP Transit customers can give us ANY OR ALL of their traffic, no matter where the destination is.You can view our peering relationships at http://he.net/peering and see the connections we have to each of the 128 internet exchange points where we peer. Mostly, the connections are 10Gbps or more, but they range from 2 x 100Gbpsports in Frankfurt (DEC-IX), to as little as 1Gbps at a few small exchanges.We can sell IP Transit across most exchanges. If the customer is going to use an exchange anyway, this eliminates the extra cross-connect to connect to us directly, but in some cases that will be offset, in part or whole, by fees charged by the exchange, which may also impose limits on paid exchange traffic.At our own Fremont data centers, both AMS-IX Bay Area and SFMIX are present, and both currently provide completely free peering services (though they'll likely add fees sometime this year). We provide free cross-connects (no NRC or MRC) for both IXPs, to any of our Fremont colocation customers, in addition to free cross-connects for our own IP Transit service there, and more.For a list of the largest internet exchange points (including some where we aren't yet connected), see http://bgp.he.net/report/exchangesIf you want a detailed explanation of peering, see Bill Norton's web site at drpeering.net ... or spend $10 on the Kindle edition of his excellent book,The 2014 Internet Peering Playbook: Connecting to the Core of the Internet.
Hurricane Electric Quick Post
Fast Quote, Fast Turn-Up (same day, next day)
[March 10, 2016] How fast can Hurricane Electric turn up new service? Today (March 10, 2016): At 10:03, an agent requested an IP Transit quote , for an existing customer at our Fremont 2 datacenter . At 10:21, we emailed the quote. At 10:56, the agent emailed the signed order. ...
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[March 10, 2016]How fast can Hurricane Electric turn up new service?Today (March 10, 2016):At 10:03, an agent requested an IP Transit quote, for an existing customer at our Fremont 2 datacenter.At 10:21, we emailed the quote.At 10:56, the agent emailed the signed order.At 11:28, we discussed the media/connection type with the customer.At 12:14, our provisioning team emailed questions to the customer.At 12:41, our team completed the cross-connect.At 12:41, customer answered our provisioning questions.At 3:56pm, we notified customer that the port (with BGP) was configured, enabled, and ready for service.(Since the customer didn't need the service until tomorrow, I didn't ask for rush service.)No, this is not typical, but same-day and next-day turn-ups are common here.Your mileage may vary. Professional driver on closed course.
Hurricane Electric Product Literature
Managed Security Service (Hurricane Electric)
[January 3, 2016] FYI: This is an "Enhanced Service" which can qualify an order for enhanced commission rates.
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[January 3, 2016] FYI: This is an "Enhanced Service" which can qualify an order for enhanced commission rates.
Hurricane Electric Article
Overview: Hurricane Electric Channel Program
[From 2015] For agents, not customers. Benefits & differentiators.
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[From 2015] For agents, not customers. Benefits & differentiators.
Hurricane Electric Article
Carrier and Network List - HE.NET Data Centers (Fremont, CA)
[January 5, 2016] You can always view the most current Carrier and Network List for Hurricane Electric's Fremont, California facilities at https://he.net/HE_Carrier_and_Network_List_Fremont.pdf
Carrier List, Carrier Neutral, Carriers, Colocation, connectivity, Data Center
[January 5, 2016] You can always view the most current Carrier and Network List for Hurricane Electric's Fremont, California facilities at https://he.net/HE_Carrier_and_Network_List_Fremont.pdf
Hurricane Electric Article
Virtual Tour: Fremont 2 Data Center
[January 5, 2016] Virtual Tour of our Fremont 2 Data Center: http://he.net/tour/fremont2.html Building Entrance Our 208,000 square foot Fremont 2 Colocation Facility is located in the heart of Silicon Valley with easy access from two major freeways (880, 680). Three international ...
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[January 5, 2016]Virtual Tour of our Fremont 2 Data Center:http://he.net/tour/fremont2.htmlBuilding EntranceOur 208,000 square foot Fremont 2 Colocation Facility is located in the heart of Silicon Valley with easy access from two major freeways (880, 680). Three international airports (SJC, OAK, SFO) are a short distance away. Our Fremont 1 Colocation Facility is located 1.5 miles north. Ample free parking is always available at our Fremont colocation facilities, convenient to the building entrance.Front Desk Check-InOur front desk staff allows entry to the facility only for authorized personnel; each person must bring a government-issued photo ID for each visit. A new photo is taken each time someone visits.Security and CamerasOur custom digital security camera system monitors all entries, hallways, and all areas of the lobby and colocation cabinet areas.Access ControlEntry to the colocation areas requires an access card key.Colocation SuitesA number of smaller suites provide extra privacy and access restrictions.Overhead View of Suite 1200Our newest build-out at the Fremont 2 Colocation Facility are Suites 1200 and 1300. Our huge data center has space for thousands of cabinets. Overhead ducts bring conditioned air to the cold aisles.Hot/cold rowsThe Fremont 2 Colocation Facility is arranged with “warm and cold” rows. The front of each cabinet faces a cold row, drawing air from the front and venting through the rear to the warm row.Cabinet Exterior LocksBoth front and back doors of every cabinet have a secure lock, preventing unauthorized access. When customers check in, our staff opens the specific cabinets requested; the cabinet doors self-lock when the customer has completed a visit to the data center.Cabinet InteriorEach cabinet allows for equipment up to 19 inches wide, and 74 inches high (42U). Some cabinets are extra-deep, allowing for longer servers now sold by some vendors. Every cabinet is seismically braced to meet and exceed the Universal Building Code (UBC). The cabinet pictured here is equipped with optional square-hole rails.Power StripEach cabinet includes a 12-outlet vertical power strip, to preserve the full 42U rack space available in each cabinet. Some customers install optional horizontal power strips, or power management devices that can be remotely accessed over IP.Cabling, Conduit, Raceway, LadderFiber optic and copper cables are placed on raised ladders and conduits above each row of cabinets.Cross Connects to Switches and RoutersCross-connect cables link each customer to Hurricane Electric or other transit providers and carriers, or to other customers.Telecom Room: IP Transit, CarriersOur Telecommunications Room includes access and equipment from many different carriers, as well as some of our core routers, connecting to other facilities and transit options. We can also offer roof access for customers needing antennas.Air ConditioningRedundant industrial HVAC units (air conditioners) environmentally control the air temperature and relative humidity in the Colocation Facility. Cabinets are arranged in alternating hot and cold aisles, with cold air flowing from overhead ducts into the cold aisles, flowing through customer cabinets, and exhausting into the warm aisles.Power, PDUs, conditioningClean, conditioned power is delivered through Power Distribution Units (at least one for each row of cabinets). Each cabinet is individually breakered, so even if one customer has a power issue, other cabinets should not be affected.Uninterruptible Power SuppliesOur PDUs are connected to Uninterruptible Power Supplies, which have enough battery power to keep systems running until our generator starts delivering power. Our systems undergo regular preventative maintenance.Power, Generators, FuelMultiple generators automatically start when outside power is lost, and begin delivering full electric power to our facility within seconds. We have enough fuel on hand for several days of generator operation at full load, and contracts with local fuel suppliers to promptly replenish when necessary.NOC, toolsA variety of tools in our Network Operations Center (NOC) can be used by our customers.Computer Stations & WiFiWhile visiting our data center, customers can use computer stations in a semi-private office, where we also provide cables to connect your own notebook computer to the internet. Free WiFi access is also provided in some locations in each facility.Remote Hands ServiceHurricane Electric provides free basic “Remote Hands” service, so customers aren't charged for asking our staff to check a server's status, attach a monitor and keyboard, restart a server, replace hot-swappable hard disk drives, or perform other routine tasks. Our trained technical staff can help you identify, diagnose, and resolve issues. For more complex issues, we offer professional services under contract.Colo Carts“Colo Carts” provide convenient access to a keyboard, mouse, and monitor anywhere in the facility. Some customers call them “Crash Carts” , when asking our staff to connect to a non-responsive server, as part of our free basic Remote Hands service. Customers also use the Colo Carts when installing and maintaining equipment.Delivery EntrancesEach of our Fremont Colocation Facilities has multiple loading docks for larger equipment.Transport CartsWe provide convenient transport carts, suitable for moving servers and other customer equipment.Staffed 24/7/365Our Fremont colocation facilities are staffed 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year. Our skilled staff is always available to assist you, whether in-person during your visit to our facility, or by phone or email.Ongoing Build-Out (Fmt2)There's plenty of open space remaining in our Fremont 2 Data Center, which we're building out in phases to meet customer demand. In this photo, you can see the last row of blue cabinets in our most recent build-out, Suite 1300.Tech Community MeetingsWe also provide meeting space for several industry groups at our Fremont 2 location.
Hurricane Electric Article
​Have You Asked Your Master Agent about Hurricane Electric?
[March 22, 2016] Over our company's 22-year history, we've achieved remarkable name recognition among network engineers. But at the Channel Partners Conference in Las Vegas last week, we met many salespeople who weren't yet familiar with Hurricane Electric's IP Transit (network bandwidth) or ...
ASN, bandwidth, Bgp, Internet Service, ip transit, Ipv4, Ipv6, Network Services
[March 22, 2016] Over our company's 22-year history, we've achieved remarkable name recognition among network engineers. But at the Channel Partners Conference in Las Vegas last week, we met many salespeople who weren't yet familiar with Hurricane Electric's IP Transit (network bandwidth) or colocation offerings. Let's fix that!A quick introduction: Hurricane Electric provides global IP Transit (network bandwidth) at 98 Points of Presence (POPs) in data centers worldwide. Our internet backbone connects to more networks (ASNs) than any other network; we've been the IPv6 leader for more than a decade, and this year we became the most-connected IPv4 network also. (Lower latency, fewer hops.)While network engineers love our low latency and IPv6 leadership, our aggressive pricing is often what gets the attention of purchasers. We offer flat-rate gigabit (1Gbps-on-GigE) service from $340/month at most North American and European POPs, and 10Gbps service from $2,200 at most US and European POPs. Hurricane Electric also owns and operates two colocation data centers in Fremont, California. Following a recent build-out, we now offer a remarkable special: a full cabinet with 1Gbps for only $400/month (any term from 3 to 36 months).We've also recently improved our Channel Program to offer higher residual commissions. Please ask your Master Agent about us, and if they don't include our services, consider signing as a direct agent.https://channel.he.net/More information (LinkedIn posts):Differentiators - for agents, for customers: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/differentiators-hen...What Hurricane Electric Sells: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/what-hurricane-elec...Fast Quote, Fast Contract, Fast Turn-Up: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/from-initial-inquir...Connected to More IXPs than any other network: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/hurricane-electric-...Lead Registration: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/lead-registration-c...So Much for So Little Money: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/where-else-can-you-...
Hurricane Electric Article
Free Peering vs. Paid IP Transit: A Quick Explanation
[April 13, 2016] A prospective customer asked one of our agents, " Why can't I just connect to the internet using free peering? … I see that Hurricane Electric peers on [a particular Internet Exchange Point] and it is 'Open BGP,' meaning they take all peers… Theoretically that implies ...
ASN, Bgp, Internet Exchange, Internet Exchange Point, Internet Services, ip transit, IXP, Networking, Peering, Traffic
[April 13, 2016] A prospective customer asked one of our agents, "Why can't I just connect to the internet using free peering? … I see that Hurricane Electric peers on [a particular Internet Exchange Point] and it is 'Open BGP,' meaning they take all peers… Theoretically that implies we can get to the internet via that path… right? Something seems wrong here… right?" Correct: something is wrong with this theory. Yes, Hurricane Electric's industry-leading peering policies are extremely open. But.... Peering is for traffic directed to another peer's own network and that peer's paid customers. Hurricane Electric accepts traffic from a peer if it's for one of our customers (and our customers' customers, etc.), but not if it's for somewhere beyond our network. And the "whole internet" isn't accessible through free peering, because some of the largest networks won't peer (ever) with smaller networks for free, so peering will always work only for a portion of internet traffic. In contrast, our IP Transit customers can give us ANY OR ALL of their traffic, no matter where the destination is. You can view our peering relationships at http://he.net/peering and see the connections we have to each of the 128 internet exchange points where we peer. Mostly, the connections are 10Gbps or more, but they range from 2 x 100Gbpsports in Frankfurt (DEC-IX), to as little as 1Gbps at a few small exchanges. We can sell IP Transit across most exchanges. If the customer is going to use an exchange anyway, this eliminates the extra cross-connect to connect to us directly, but in some cases that will be offset, in part or whole, by fees charged by the exchange, which may also impose limits on paid exchange traffic. At our own Fremont data centers, both AMS-IX Bay Area and SFMIX are present, and both currently provide completely free peering services (though they'll likely add fees sometime this year). We provide free cross-connects (no NRC or MRC) for both IXPs, to any of our Fremont colocation customers, in addition to free cross-connects for our own IP Transit service there, and more. For a list of the largest internet exchange points (including some where we aren't yet connected), see http://bgp.he.net/report/exchanges If you want a detailed explanation of peering, see Bill Norton's web site at drpeering.net ... or spend $10 on the Kindle edition of his excellent book,The 2014 Internet Peering Playbook: Connecting to the Core of the Internet.
Hurricane Electric Webinar (Recorded)
Using the HE.NET Channel Portal (Video)
[From 2015] A 13-minute introduction to using the Hurricane Electric Channel Portal. Please email mwelch@he.net to request a login for the Channel Portal.
Colocation, Internet Service, Internet Services, ip transit, Networking
[From 2015]A 13-minute introduction to using the Hurricane Electric Channel Portal. Please email mwelch@he.net to request a login for the Channel Portal.
Hurricane Electric Blog Article
Our 100th POP Location: Brussels, Belgium
[June 27, 2016] After adding a dozen new global Points of Presence (POPs) to our global IP Transit network in the first six months of 2016, we now have 100 global POPs. June 19: Interxion, Brussels /Zaventum, Belgium June 13: Neutral Path, Belle Plaine , Minnesota June 6: Chief ...
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[June 27, 2016] After adding a dozen new global Points of Presence (POPs) to our global IP Transit network in the first six months of 2016, we now have 100 global POPs.June 19: Interxion, Brussels/Zaventum, BelgiumJune 13: Neutral Path, Belle Plaine, MinnesotaJune 6: Chief Telecom LY, Taipei, TaiwanMay 27: ACT, Cheyenne, WyomingMay 16: LuxConnect, Bettembourg, LuxembourgFeb 22: Equinix SP2, Sao Paulo, BrazilFeb 15: Itconic, Lisbon, PortugalFeb 8: Elion/Eesti Telecom, Tallinn, EstoniaFeb 1: Data Logistics Ctr, Vilnius, LithuaniaJan 25: DR Fortress, Honolulu, HawaiiJan 20: LVRTC, Riga, LatviaJan 14: Digita DC, Helsinki, FinlandSee also: http://blog.he.net/2016/06/21/589/ for earlier new-POP turn-ups.2015:Oct 7: iM Data Center, Miami, FloridaSept 10: Wolfpaw DC, Edmonton, Alberta, CanadaAug 27: Univ. of Sask., Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, CanadaJune 25: Telenor, Belgrade, SerbiaJune 15: KINX, Seoul, South KoreaMay 19: NameX, Rome, ItalyMar 27: Equinix OS1, Osaka, JapanMar 12: CoreSite CH1, Chicago, IllinoisMar 9: CoreSite NY1, New York City, New YorkMar 4: CoreSite VA1, Reston, Virginia2014: (17 POPs in 7 months)Dec 5: Telvent in Barcelona, SpainDec 3: Telecity AMS2 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands Nov 17: Global Switch in Singapore Nov 13: Equinix in Frankfurt, GermanyNov 10: Interxion in Dusseldorf, Germany Nov 6: Global Connect in Hamburg, Germany Nov 3: Digital Realty, 210 Tucker in St. Louis, Missouri Nov 3: Digital Realty, 900 Walnut in St. Louis, Missouri Sept 24: Colo Atl, 55 Marietta in Atlanta, Georgia Sept 18: Telecity Kilcarbery Park, Dublin, Ireland (DUB1) Aug 25: Digital Realty’s 365 Main in San Francisco, California Aug 18: Equinix in Hong Kong, China Aug 11: Equinix MU1 in Munich, Germany Aug 4: Nebraska Colocation Centers (NCC) in Omaha, Nebraska July 20: DC74 Data Center in Charlotte, North Carolina June 3: Markley/One Summer Street in Boston, Massachusetts; andMay 6: SFR Netcenter data center in Marseille, France.
Hurricane Electric Article
HE.NET: Enhanced Services, Enhanced Commissions
[July 6, 2016] Hurricane Electric added "Enhanced Commission" opportunities in late December. So far, very few agents have promoted our Enhanced Services -- even though they can double or triple your commission on the entire order . Yet we've actually had customers add their own ...
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[July 6, 2016] Hurricane Electric added "Enhanced Commission" opportunities in late December. So far, very few agents have promoted our Enhanced Services -- even though they can double or triple your commission on the entire order. Yet we've actually had customers add their own Enhanced Services, without any agent involvement (one by adding an IPv4 address block and another by adding additional BGP/VLAN sessions). As soon as those items were added to the MRC, we began paying the agents the higher Enhanced Commission percentage on the total MRC. Don't wait for your customer to self-select Enhanced Services: be proactive! "Enhanced Services" include these IP Transit (network bandwidth) services: a. Additional IPv4 address blocks; b. Additional BGP sessions and/or VLANs; c. Managed Security Service; d. Enhanced Traffic Analysis Reports; e. Cross-connect fees; and these Colocation (data center) services: f. Colocation storage cabinet (unpowered); g. Second Power Circuit in a colocation cabinet. How it works: For each customer, we pay a commission of: TRIPLE our standard % of MRC, if 15% or more of the MRC comes from "enhanced services"; DOUBLE our standard % of MRC, if 10% (but < 15%) of the MRC comes from "enhanced services"; Our standard % of MRC, otherwise. Again, this is a percentage of the entire MRC, not just on the enhanced service component -- and the commission is evergreen. We also pay a $1,000 bonus for every "new-ASN customer." Ask me for our one-page PDFs, one with commission examples, and the other describing our Managed Security Service. How can I help you profit as a Hurricane Electric channel partner? _____________________________________________ Mark Welch - Channel Sales DevelopmentHurricane Electric Internet Services HE.NETchannel.he.net ... mwelch@he.net(510) 580-4103 direct ... AS6939Network Map ... POP List _____________________________________________
Hurricane Electric Blog Article
HE POPs at Equinix, Digital Realty/Telx, Interxion, Cologix & more
[July 9, 2016] Hurricane Electric provides IP Transit through Points of Presence (POPs) at more than 100 data centers around the world. These include POPs at facilities operated by Equinix, Digital Realty, Telx, Interxion, Cologix, Telehouse, Itconic (Telvent), and CE Colo. You can view our ...
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[July 9, 2016] Hurricane Electric provides IP Transit through Points of Presence (POPs) at more than 100 data centers around the world.These include POPs at facilities operated by Equinix, Digital Realty, Telx, Interxion, Cologix, Telehouse, Itconic (Telvent), and CE Colo.You can view our current locations on our Network Map (PDF), or in a text format at pop.he.net. As of July 2016, we have POPs at these facilities:Equinix facilities (Asia)Equinix Hong Kong HK1Equinix Osaka OS1Equinix Singapore SG1Equinix Tokyo TY2Equinix facilities (Europe)Equinix Amsterdam (Telecity AMS2)Equinix Dublin (Telecity Kilcarbery)Equinix Frankfurt FR5Equinix London (Telecity Harbour Exchange 6&7 HEX)Equinix Munich MU1Equinix Stockholm (Telecity, Bromma)Equinix Zurich ZH1Equinix facilities (North America)Equinix Ashburn DC2Equinix Chicago CH1Equinix Dallas DA1Equinix Los Angeles LA1Equinix New York NY9Equinix Palo Alto SV8Equinix Philadelphia PH1Equinix San Jose SV1Equinix Seattle SE1Equinix Toronto TR1Equinix facilities (South America)Equinix Sao Paulo SP2Digital Realty & Telx facilities (North America)Digital Realty Atlanta (Telx ATL1)Digital Realty Chicago (Telx CHI1)Digital Realty Phoenix (Telx PHX1)Digital Realty New York (Telx NYC1)Digital Realty New York (Telx NYC2)Digital Realty San Francisco (365 Main)Digital Realty San Francisco (SFR1 200 Paul)Digital Realty Saint Louis (900 Walnut)Digital Realty St. Louis (210 Tucker)Interxion facilities (Europe)Interxion Brussels BRU1Interxion Copenhagen CPH1 (Ballerup)Interxion Dusseldorf DUS1Interxion Frankfurt FRA1InterXion Madrid MAD1Interxion Marseille (SFR Netcenter)Interxion Paris PAR2 (Aubervilliers)Interxion Vienna VIE1Cologix facilities (North America)Cologix Columbus (DataCenterBZ)Cologix DallasCologix MinneapolisCologix MontrealCologix Toronto TOR1Cologix VancouverCoreSite facilities (North America)Coresite Chicago CH1Coresite Denver (Comfluent)CoreSite Los Angeles (One Wilshire)Coresite New York NY1Coresite Reston VA1Coresite San JoseTelehouse facilitiesTelehouse East LondonTelehouse New York ChelseaTelehouse Paris (Voltaire)Itconic facilities (Europe; formerly Telvent)Itconic BarcelonaItconic LisbonCE Colo facilities (Europe)CE Colo BudapestCE Colo Prague (Sitel)Other Global ProvidersUnited StatesPhoenixNAPHurricane Electric Fremont 1Hurricane Electric Fremont 2Hurricane Electric San Jose (Coresite)vXchange / BAIS, Santa ClaraTerremark NOTA Nap of the Americas, MiamiiM Interconnect MiamiColo Atl, AtlantaDRFortress, HonoluluMarkley Group, One Summer Street, BostonNeutral Path, Belle Plaine MNNeutral Path, Rochester MNLevel 3, Kansas CityOak Tower, Kansas CityNetrality 1102 Grand, Kansas CityDC74, CharlotteNCC, OmahaFiberhub, Las VegasPittock Bldg PortlandC7 Salt Lake City5NINES, MadisonACT Data Center, CheyenneCanadaDataHive, CalgaryWolfpaw, EdmontonGlobal Server Centre, WinnipegUniversity of Saskatchewan / Innovation PlaceEuropeTelepoint, SofiaIPB CarrierColo BerlinIncolocate/GlobalConnect, HamburgElion / Eesti Telekom, TallinnPasila Broadcast Tower / Digita, HelsinkiSFR Netcenter / Interxion, MarseillesNaMeX, RomeMIX, MilanData Logistics Center, VilniusLuxConnect DC1.1, LuxembourgLVRTC, RigaNIKHEF, AmsterdamPLIX LIM Bldg, WarsawNXDATA-1, BucharestTelenor Beograd, BelgradeNewTelco KievAsiaMega iAdvantage, Hong KongKINX, SeoulGlobal Switch SingaporeChief Telecom LY Bldg, Taipei
Hurricane Electric Blog Article
Price Reductions: Hurricane Electric IP Transit (network bandwidth) services
[July 10, 2016] Hurricane Electric has reduced pricing for flat-rate IP Transit services at most US & European POP Locations . (Updated June 2016). Gigabit (1Gbps-on-GigE): $330 /month (5yr); $390/mo (3yr) _ 10Gbps -on-10GE: $2,000 /month (5yr); ...
Colocation, Data Center, High Speed Internet Services, Internet Services, Ip Internet Services, ip transit, Network Infrastructure, Networking
[July 10, 2016] Hurricane Electric has reduced pricing for flat-rate IP Transit services at most US & European POP Locations. (Updated June 2016).Gigabit (1Gbps-on-GigE): $330/month (5yr); $390/mo (3yr)_10Gbps-on-10GE: $2,000/month (5yr); $2,500/mo (3yr)_For more information, please see https://channel.he.net/ or email mwelch@he.net
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Quick Start: Get Pricing, Register Leads, Generate Quotes & Contracts
[July 12, 2016] Quick Start for Channel Partners (Hurricane Electric internet services) Get Pricing: Email your channel manager ; identify the service, location, and contract term. _ Lead Registration: Email your channel manager with basic customer information: ...
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[July 12, 2016] Quick Start for Channel Partners (Hurricane Electric internet services) Get Pricing: Email your channel manager; identify the service, location, and contract term. _Lead Registration: Email your channel manager with basic customer information: entity name(s), domain name(s), and ASN, if applicable _Generating Formal Quotes & Contracts: Email your channel manager with complete customer information: Salesperson Name, Salesperson Email, Salesperson Phone, Master Agency Name;Customer Entity Name, Complete Postal Address, ASN;Customer Person Name, Email, and Phone. _Alternative: use our Channel Portal for any of these tasks: https://channel.he.net/portal _Who is your channel manager? CTG3/TSX: Mark Welch, mwelch@he.net, 510-580-4103
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Comparing Commission Rates: Apples & Oranges & Potatoes & Spam
[July 13, 2016] Today, a master agency complained that our commission percentages don't match the high rates offered by some other vendors. My response: Yes, our commission percentages don't look impressive when compared to other vendors who sell different services , and others whose ...
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[July 13, 2016] Today, a master agency complained that our commission percentages don't match the high rates offered by some other vendors. My response: Yes, our commission percentages don't look impressive when compared to other vendors who sell different services, and others whose channel programs are designed quite differently. We don't sell the same service that other vendors sell -- we sell premium IP Transit at 100+ global data center POPs, not DIA (Direct Internet Access at customer premises). We don't exclude any MRC (monthly recurring charges) from commission. We pay the same commission percentage on the entire order (some vendors promote the highest commissions available only for select services, but pay lower or no commissions on other services). We don't charge huge non-commissionable setup fees (nearly all contracts have $0 setup). Our aggressive pricing leaves less margin than some vendors promise on much higher pricing for equivalent (and non-equivalent) services. I've demanded absolute price parity, so our direct staff can never quote better pricing than our agents. We experimented with allowing channel partners to "mark up" services and retain the premium, but those customers always "called around" and learned that lower pricing was being quoted, so we dropped this feature. We provide a strong lead registration system, so agents will never find their efforts wasted when a deal is "poached" or "sniped" by direct sales staff nor by other agents. We provide true evergreen commissions. To date, our agents earned bonuses of at least $1,000 each on 35% of all contracts (in addition to evergreen commissions). We don't rely on "add-on fees" like cross-connect fees, remote-hands fees, or metered electric charges (with or without commission). Our program has no quotas, commitments, or minimums, nor do we promote unrealistic performance tiers. We provide incredibly fast response times to agents, including fast pricing, fast lead registration, fast quotes, fast contracts, and fast turn-up. We can move an agent opportunity from initial inquiry to live service on the same day. At all locations (except Fremont), customers cannot buy our service unless they also buy another service from a different vendor -- so agents can earn commissions from multiple vendors on the deal.) I certainly recognize that it's difficult in this industry to find reasonable ways to compare "apples to apples," but our successful agents have found that our program provides a unique opportunity to combine services from multiple vendors to earn excellent profits. Please let me know how I can help [your master agency] move forward as a Hurricane Electric channel partner. Thank you for your courtesy.
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Differentiators: HE.NET Channel Program
[July 17, 2016] Hurricane Electric Channel Partners Program: channel.he.net Differentiators for Agents: Competitive Commission Rates. No Quotas , Commitments or Minimums. Rapid Lead Registration ("deal registration”) to protect agents’ efforts. Rapid quote & ...
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[July 17, 2016] Hurricane Electric Channel Partners Program: channel.he.net Differentiators for Agents: Competitive Commission Rates.No Quotas, Commitments or Minimums.Rapid Lead Registration ("deal registration”) to protect agents’ efforts.Rapid quote & contract generation (via online portal or your channel manager).Same pricing & specials as our direct sales staff.Cross-Selling Opportunity: Agents profit by selling other vendors' transport or colo services to complement our IP Transit service.Bonuses: $1,000 agent bonus for certain contracts (at any location); “Extreme BGP” agent bonus: $2,500 to $10,000 @ Fremont 2 Data Center. Differentiators for Customers: Fast Quote, Fast Contract, Fast Turn-Up. (same day to several days – not weeks or months).Lower Latency, Fewer Hops. Shorter paths, faster throughput. Self-healing global network with multiple paths for nearly all routes. MTU 1500 to 9000.Extremely competitive pricing.Exceptional 24/7 Service and support.Founded in 1994, HE.net operates the world's largest and most-connected network, with more connections to other IPv4 networks, more connections to other IPv6 networks, and more connections to IXPs than any other network. Our multiple free service & certification programs give HE.net incredible name recognition.IP Transit at 98 POPs in 71 cities in 28 countries: 21 US states, 6 Canadian provinces, 21 European countries, 4 Asian nations, and now in South America (Sao Paulo).Colocation (Fremont, CA): Free Remote Hands; Free Cross Connects; Staffed & access 24/7.Hurricane Electric Channel Partners Program: channel.he.net
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HE.NET Channel Partners Guide
[August 19, 2017] Hurricane Electric has released the first edition of its "Channel Partner Guide." Attached (on this portal) is a version that shows only the Table of Contents and end pages; for the full version, please email mwelch@he.net
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[August 19, 2017]Hurricane Electric has released the first edition of its "Channel Partner Guide."Attached (on this portal) is a version that shows only the Table of Contents and end pages; for the full version, please email mwelch@he.net
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New POPs: Southfield (Detroit), Philadelphia, Johannesburg
[August 25, 2017] In the past few weeks, Hurricane Electric has turned up new Points of Presence (POPs) in Southfield , Michigan (metro Detroit), in Philadelphia , Pennsylvania, and in Johannesburg , South Africa. Our newest Network Map also signals additional new locations we plan to add ...
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[August 25, 2017] In the past few weeks, Hurricane Electric has turned up new Points of Presence (POPs) in Southfield, Michigan (metro Detroit), in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and in Johannesburg, South Africa.Our newest Network Map also signals additional new locations we plan to add soon: Ottawa, Ontario; Billings, Montana; Reno, Nevada; Montgomery, Alabama; Lyon, France. We're also adding a third POP location in Singapore. (Our earlier maps already revealed our plans to extend to Houston, Zagreb, Ljubjana, Moscow, Oslo, Istanbul, Dubai, Mumbai, Bangkok, Manila, Guam, and Sydney.)Our internet backbone network now extends across five continents, and includes 24 US states, 7 Canadian provinces, 25 European countries, 5 Asian nations, and Brazil and South Africa.https://channel.he.net/
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Locations: Hurricane Electric internet POPs
HE.NET Global IP Transit Points of Presence (POPs): Hurricane Electric has POPs in the following locations: Continents: Africa , Asia , Europe , North America , South America Countries: Austria , Belgium , Brazil , Bulgaria , Canada , Czech Republic , ...
HE.NET Global IP Transit Points of Presence (POPs):Hurricane Electric has POPs in the following locations:Continents:Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, South America Countries:Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, England,Estonia, Finland France, Germany, Hong Kong, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Japan,Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Poland Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Singapore,South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan The Netherlands,Ukraine, United States US States:Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Massachusetts,Minnesota, Missouri Nebraska, Nevada, New York, North Carolina, Ohio,Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah, Virginia Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming Canadian Provinces:Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, Saskatechewan Global Cities:Amsterdam, Ashburn, Atlanta, Barcelona, Belgrade, Belle Plaine, Berlin, Boston,Brussels, Bucharest Budapest, Calgary, Charlotte, Cheyenne, Chicago, Columbus,Copenhagen (Ballerup), Dallas, Denver Dublin, Dusseldorf, Edmonton, Frankfurt,Fremont, Hamburg, Helsinki, Hong Kong, Honolulu Johannesburg, Kansas City,Kiev, Las Vegas, Lisbon, London, Los Angeles, Luxembourg, Madison Madrid,Marseille, Miami, Milan, Minneapolis, Montreal, Munich, New York City, Omaha,Osaka, Palo Alto Paris, Paris (Aubervilliers), Philadelphia, Phoenix, Portland,Prague, Reston, Riga, Rochester, Rome Saint Louis, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, San Jose, Santa Clara, Sao Paulo, Saskatoon, Seattle, Seoul Singapore,Sofia, Stockholm (Bromma), Taipei, Tallinn, Tokyo, Toronto, Vancouver, Vienna,Vilnius Warsaw, Winnipeg, Zurich Providers:5NINES, Advanced Communications Technology, C7, CE Colo, Chief Telecom,Colo Atl, Cologix CoreSite, Data Logistics Center, DataHive, DC74, Digita, Digital Realty, Digital Realty Telx, DRFortress Elion, Equinix, Equinix Telecity,Fiberhub, Global Server Centre, Global Switch Singapore, Hurricane Electric, iM Interconnect Miami, Incolocate, Innovation Place, InterXion, IPB CarrierColo Berlin, Itconic (Telvent), KINX, Level 3, LuxConnect, LVRTC, Markley Group,Mega iAdvantage, MIX, NaMeX, NCC Netrality, Neutral Path, NewTelco Kiev,NIKHEF, NXDATA-1, Oak Tower, PhoenixNAP, Pittock Bldg Portland, PLIX LIM Bldg, SFR Netcenter / Interxion, Telehouse, Telenor, Telepoint, Teraco,Terremark vXchange, Wolfpaw
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POP List - Hurricane Electric global points of presence
You can view our complete global POP list several ways: On our network map at http://he.net/HurricaneElectricNetworkMap.pdf On our interactive POP List site: http://pop.he.net/ As a plain-text list at http://pop.he.net/pop-list-for-ipt-page.php
You can view our complete global POP list several ways:On our network map at http://he.net/HurricaneElectricNetworkMap.pdf On our interactive POP List site: http://pop.he.net/As a plain-text list at http://pop.he.net/pop-list-for-ipt-page.php