Vancouver, BC providers
ryan at deadfrog.net
Tue Oct 25 13:40:14 CDT 2011
Sounds like a possible candidate for some of the last mile wireless equipment available. The problem is the wireless equipment may cost more than the punch to the face and gut. How much bandwidth are you talking? You're looking at somewhere around $16k for a 300 Mbps Motorola PTP 800 solution at 18 or 23 GHz. BridgeWave has some 1 Gbps stuff out there for about $30k at 80 GHz, but falls out during very heavy rains at 2 miles link distance. BridgeWave just recently announced some 1 Gbps radio links at 18 and 23 but that's all I know about them.
On Oct 25, 2011, at 1:27 PM, Ravi Pina <ravi at cow.org> wrote:
> I suppose I could have been a little more clear on what I've
> already found. Sorry.
> The last mile for the Level3 is coming on Telus (after a punch to
> the face and gut for build out fee) so I'd like someone else.
> Shaw does not offer service without what I suspect is another
> punch to the face for a build out. Bell didn't return any of my
> inquiries via email of voice message.
> On Tue, Oct 25, 2011 at 03:21:13PM -0300, jim deleskie wrote:
>> I'd expect you could find, Rogers, Telus, Shaw and Bell all there.
>> On Tue, Oct 25, 2011 at 3:18 PM, Ravi Pina <ravi at cow.org> wrote:
>>> I was looking for some metro-e options in Vancouver, BC CA
>>> specifically in the Downtown/Gastown area. I'm finding the area
>>> isn't the most built up so options are very thin.
>>> We already have service through Level3, but would like a
>>> secondary one. It doesn't have to be tier1 or even terrestrial
>>> service so much as reliable and vouched for.
>>> Any tips would be appreciated.
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