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    * Hurricane Electric Special: Gig-E Ports in Asia $5US/Mbps!

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    Is traffic to China still going to be routed back to the USA first then peered off or do you have direct routes into China From HK now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CGotzmann View Post
    Is traffic to China still going to be routed back to the USA first then peered off or do you have direct routes into China From HK now?
    Since every network has different routing, we suggest checking out routing from the city you are interested in at http://lg.he.net/.
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    seems like all Asian traffic is coming first to US and then getting re-routed nothing really useful

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    Hurricane Electric has connections to HKIX, Equinix Singapore, Equinix Hong Kong, and Equinix Tokyo as well as private peering with many Asian networks for direct access to well over two hundred major Asian networks. For example, consider all of the networks connected to HKIX. To dismiss all these Chinese networks is to disrespect the vitality of these important Chinese and Asian networks. The Chinese networks that can afford to connect to an exchange point are no joke.
    -Reid

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    As per wikipedia:

    The telecommunications industry in China is dominated by three state-run businesses: China Telecom, China Unicom and China Mobile.
    How is the connectivity to these 3? Would certainly be a killer deal with the right answer to that question.
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