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    Need list of colo's at 151 Front St

    Hi again,

    Yesterday I was looking for 2 cabs at S and D at 151 Front St.

    I did not have much luck with that.

    I am not familiar with this location and if you guys could send me some names of good colo providers in the building I would appreciate it.

    We need 2 cabinets with 120amps of 120v. (I know this is high on power, we may be open to other solutions)

    We already have a port from Global Crossing at S and D so we would need to cross connect to there. Any ideas on the costs?

    We are looking to make a decision this week.

    Thanks for all your help.
    Michael Castrogiovanni
    Highwinds Network Group [email protected]
    480.650.5511

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    Thanks Coolraul!!
    Michael Castrogiovanni
    Highwinds Network Group [email protected]
    480.650.5511

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    That's quite a bit of power you require. Are you sure you require that much?

    Your best bet in 151 will be Miles at PriorityColo, but if he can deliver 2 cabs with that power is going to be the question. I'm sure he would be able to arrange the cross connect for you as well.

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    I would be very suprised if you find anyone there who will give you that much power on two racks...Maybey you could find someone who would give 240 amps with a 54 sq ft cage and negottiate a good price. It is not as much the money as the risk of heating up the customers with racks next to you.. Please keep us posted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by colokid View Post
    I would be very suprised if you find anyone there who will give you that much power on two racks...Maybey you could find someone who would give 240 amps with a 54 sq ft cage and negottiate a good price. It is not as much the money as the risk of heating up the customers with racks next to you.. Please keep us posted.
    I hear you.

    We don't allow any of our customers any more than 40amps a cab.

    However, this client told me that S and D is currently doing 60amps for them in two other S and D facilities. I even double checked to make sure it was all primary.

    I think you all have confirmed the fact that 60amps a cab is just not an 'ideal' option.

    Thanks for everyones input.
    Michael Castrogiovanni
    Highwinds Network Group [email protected]
    480.650.5511

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