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    Comfluent in Denver Reviews

    Any reviews on comfluent in Denver (colocation)?

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    Anybody?

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    Comfluent runs a good facility. They not manned 24x7, however. Also, they are more or less out of space/power at 910 15th St.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay Suds View Post
    Comfluent runs a good facility. They not manned 24x7, however. Also, they are more or less out of space/power at 910 15th St.
    Out of space/power? Like fully booked? Darnit, I wish I would have known

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zach Nelson View Post
    Out of space/power? Like fully booked? Darnit, I wish I would have known
    They have some space, but I believe it's reserved for people colocating routers and such. We actually wanted to put some equipment there (half cab of stuff) for offsite backups about a year ago and basically it just wasn't possible. They do have another facility up and running though, I forget the exact address but it's near 1850 Pearl St in Denver as well.
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    Offering Dedicated Server and Colocation Hosting from our SSAE 16 SOC 2, Type 2 Certified Data Center.
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    What about Latisys at 393?

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    Comfluent had been rock solid for a long time. Too bad 910 is out of power. They have great carrier density and I have used it many times building ptp circuits.

    393 has changed hands frequently but a lot of companies have dumped big $ into it and pulled out. Colo.com, C&W, then the building owner started Data393 there and now Latisys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay Suds View Post
    They have some space, but I believe it's reserved for people colocating routers and such. We actually wanted to put some equipment there (half cab of stuff) for offsite backups about a year ago and basically it just wasn't possible. They do have another facility up and running though, I forget the exact address but it's near 1850 Pearl St in Denver as well.

    Aye, we're still able to put DC powered stuff in the MMRs in 910 15th but colo is completely full.

    The other location is Pearl Plaza which is 639 E 18th St. That location is also a fine choice, Level3 is next door and there is plenty of capacity between 910 and that location via quite a few providers we've got equipment over there too and it's been rock solid.

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