EV1 handles literally about 2% of the total web traffic on planet earth.
They have redundant grid connections and dual backup generation
facilities. I do not think we will lose them. I hope not anyway! It is
just an option. If they do not make it then we will have to look
elsewhere I guess.
John - Houston is estimating 50billion in damages currently - Level3 has
flooded before - is that the Colo site you're talking about ? I-45 /
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
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Sent: Thursday, September 22, 2005 5:58 PM
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Subject: Re: [WISPA] gulf coast wisps
If we need to go as far away as Houston to get a backhaul we can get one
from EV1 Servers (http://ev1.net). Koree Smith, my previous Sysadmin, is
working there in Houston and he says we should be able to get as much
bandwidth as we need there. It is a massive data center with multiple
fiber backbones into the location. They also have redundant power
systems in place. They will not go down. It is a long distance from
there to the proposed affected areas but it is at least an option we
have if needed. This does not answer Marlon's question but it does give
us an option for getting things back online.
Marlon K. Schafer (509) 982-2181 wrote:
The FCC has asked me for a list of wisps in and around the projected
path of Rita. I know of no extensive list for this.
If you are in that area can you please forward me your contact info
(name, address, phone etc.)?
If you KNOW someone in the area, I need as much info as you can give
me. Especially contact data and towns covered.
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