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    Best Bandwith for ASIA ?

    what is the best bandwith to Asia, especially Indonesia?

    are NTT & GLBX good ?

    thanks

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    yes, NTT is very strong. We have some customers in Indonesia, Malaysia, Australia, Vietnam, etc. Saying in Indonesia only, before signing up with us, one customer there has compared our network with some other vendors in CA, then agreed that NTT is the best.

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    pccw is good

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    Quote Originally Posted by gate2vn View Post
    yes, NTT is very strong. We have some customers in Indonesia, Malaysia, Australia, Vietnam, etc. Saying in Indonesia only, before signing up with us, one customer there has compared our network with some other vendors in CA, then agreed that NTT is the best.
    Yupp, NTT is extremly strong in Asia:
    http://www.ntt.net/english/about/network_map.html

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    NTT, Global Crossing.

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    PCCW is good, but if you have IIX is better
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    I think that it would be the best idea to check SG Datacenters
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    Quite difficult at the moment, Singapore datacenters are really at capacity. I would recommend Hong Kong. Their connectivity is as good as Singapore and I think they have the capacity still.

    Quote Originally Posted by ~ServerPoint~ View Post
    I think that it would be the best idea to check SG Datacenters

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    Japanese datacenters?

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    I think NTT is really a incomplete network that does not cover LA/Latin America.

    I would rather pick GBLX over NTT as GBLX is a WORLD network and that's internet

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    Quote Originally Posted by BudWay View Post
    I think NTT is really a incomplete network that does not cover LA/Latin America.

    I would rather pick GBLX over NTT as GBLX is a WORLD network and that's internet
    Wait a minute. Did i miss something, when did South America become a part of Asia?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ollebanan View Post
    Wait a minute. Did i miss something, when did South America become a part of Asia?!
    People where comparing Asis to Cali DC's/bandwidth so I just said NTT does not reach LA.

    Really don't know how you can disc. bandwidth quality with douth disc. backbone reach/range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BudWay View Post
    People where comparing Asis to Cali DC's/bandwidth so I just said NTT does not reach LA.

    Really don't know how you can disc. bandwidth quality with douth disc. backbone reach/range.
    Umm, did you take a look at the network map i posted, seems to me that it reaches Cali and LA just fine

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    thanks guys... i think i know where to look now... cheers..

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