CNServers is another excellent option. Part of our network is covered by their DDoS-protection and it certainly has been effective at mitigating sustained attacks under 10Gbps. We've yet to be hit by an attack larger than 10Gbps since we've peered with CNServers, but from what I've seen they should be able to handle >10Gbps bursts just fine.
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I would suggest that you go for the one who can provide you a greater range of protection for less cost. For DDOS its the GBs that matters because if the protection limit is crossed, you will get nullrouted
The prices of "DDoS Hosting Solutions" seem a bit high to me. CloudFlare *could* be an alternative, but their free plan doesn't offer any good DDoS protection and I've seen even their enterprise plans causing outages with certain types of attacks quite fast. So maybe your best bet would be to take a look into the offers section and find a more affordable provider.
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