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    100mbit in Florida

    How much should I expect to pay for 100mbit of bandwidth in a Florida datacenter?

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    Do you have any specifications on what kind of bandwidth?
    Pricing for Cogent/HE style (budget) bandwidth will be a lot different from, say, Level 3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by InsDel View Post
    Do you have any specifications on what kind of bandwidth?
    Pricing for Cogent/HE style (budget) bandwidth will be a lot different from, say, Level 3.
    I'd like to know, what are are differences (specially from the point of view of connections from Europe)?

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    Check with the guys at GoRACK, where I'm currently hosted is in Jacksonville, FL. I toured their newest facility a few months back and they're datacenter space was freshly revamped with room for lots of new customers. I can't say what you're bandwidth would cost with them for sure, but I'd bet that you could strike a deal with them for that kind of quantity commit.

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    I would say around $5 per meg... shouldn't be too much more than that depending on the mix of bandwidth.
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    $5/meg in Florida is VERY low. Thats more like a Cogent price. Most decent facilities are offering a blend of some sort and I would expect you to be in the $20/Meg range at 100Mb/s. Most facilities in this area cant beat $5/m at a gigabit from ONE carrier, and the cost to provide a blend is a good deal higher. So they have to sell for a bit of a margin on top of that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vantage255 View Post
    $5/meg in Florida is VERY low. Thats more like a Cogent price. Most decent facilities are offering a blend of some sort and I would expect you to be in the $20/Meg range at 100Mb/s. Most facilities in this area cant beat $5/m at a gigabit from ONE carrier, and the cost to provide a blend is a good deal higher. So they have to sell for a bit of a margin on top of that.

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    I was thinking more in Miami for $5/meg... Tampa etc you will get up into $20/meg
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    Miami will be around $5-6 per meg on single-homed carrier. Turn up to $8-10 for multihomed.

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    (Plus the cross-connect)

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    Quote Originally Posted by cresci View Post
    (Plus the cross-connect)
    Unless they are buying the bandwidth from the colo provider, in which case there may not be a cross-connect, of course...
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    Yea $20/Meg would be more releasic. At least in central Florida. Miami nad Jax may be lower.

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