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    Best public peering in Texas, besides Equinix?

    Where are the best public peering in Texas, besides Equinix Dallas?

    Anyone have pricing on the non-Equinix public peering ports in Texas?
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    Searching on PeeringDB I only found Equinix Dallas Exchange which has about 140 participants .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vidillion View Post
    Where are the best public peering in Texas, besides Equinix Dallas?
    Are you aware of any public peering exchanges in Texas, besides Equinix Dallas?

    The only other one I've heard of is Telx TIE in Dallas https://tie.telx.com/faq.html
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    CircusOne advertises an Internet Exchange service. However, like Equinix IX (which looks very good Peering Service btw), this one is an internal corporate exchange in the company's data center(s), not an independent company. You'd always go and talk to them. Do not forget to come back and share some information if it is appropriate.
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    HostColor is right, although technically the company is CyrusOne, which is the spinoff of the old CinnBell Tech. They've in their TX connectivity strategy.
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    Your choices are really just Equinix in Dallas. Telx has a peering exchange but there are few participants. Cyrus one just rolled one out and it is more of a connectivity exchange between their sites than a traditional IP exchange..

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    Quote Originally Posted by radevita View Post
    Your choices are really just Equinix in Dallas. Telx has a peering exchange but there are few participants. Cyrus one just rolled one out and it is more of a connectivity exchange between their sites than a traditional IP exchange..

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    All about the guy said is in the title "Best public peering in Texas, besides Equinix?". Why do you suggest him to go to Equinix then?
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    My point was, there is no place else to go for peering in Dallas.

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