We have a great experiences with 3 years of web hosting service worldwide by the server that we have leased from the biggest U.S. Datacenters..
Now We are thinking to establish our own Datacenter but will be at Istanbul and for only Turkish people maybe will also European Union Countries..
However we have this kind of a problem and i need very experienced help, suggestion about this:
The only local bandwidth carrier is the TurkTelekom[eh Govermental Monopol ] at Istanbul and too expensive
155Mbit ATM [Asynchronous Transfer Mode] is about $10.000 Montly.
Too Expensive is too weak to explain this price, isnt it?
Anyways what i am thinking is that Sprint and Verio having Global ATM services including Turkiye,
However this time there might be another problems because: TurkTelekom domestic lines are incredible fast but beside that TurkTelekom total outgoing [ international exiting lines] are only limited with total 8Gbps bandwidth carriers that are mainly from sPirint and Seabone.net [ really sucks] and The Turkish people mainly use internet at the weekend and those total 8Gbps limit become too weak at the weekends because of this and most of Turkish people living very big problems to reach the web-sites, e-mail accounts that are hosted at outside Turkiye..
So if i get sPrint ATM or satellite [do you know how they are being setup? ] bandwidth carriers , do our servers effect , suffer because of TurkTelekom 8Gbps weak outgoing bandwidth limits?
Do you have any other way to beat those problems also, please dont hesitate to suggest?
Originally posted by joephill yeah hard situation.. you could try satellite but again your best bet is contacting the telecoms
Hard situation but i have very big potential if i can find a way to pass thathard situation. All the sites that are hosted at Turkish hosting services suffers from that their sites are unreacahble or so slow in pings from outside of Turkiye and if i beat that by some ways then i can dominate this pazaar within a year
I dont think sPrint nor Verio have enough knowledge and solutions about this conundrum,
I just need an aswer of this question:
If i get about 55mbps Domestic ATM of turktelekom and if i get 1gbps from sPrint global ATM [ they are going to same price eh ]
Ie. May we able to set a bandwidth routing systems for the Turkish located datacenter's server that those servers will mainly use sPrint but will be switch automatically to the turktelekom ATM whenever turkish exiting lines overloaded ?