Verizon Public Policy on Netflix

Dave Temkin dave at temk.in
Mon Jul 14 15:48:31 UTC 2014


We inquired about space & power in the location that Brett mentions
(Level3) as well as the Coresite location. We were told there was no power
to be had in either building, hence we went for the third option. We have
transport options available back to both should we need it.

That said, that shows what a messed up market Denver is - there is
definitely pent up demand but if Netflix can't even get space and power
there's clearly none left. For years we were promised that Coresite was
building a giant new campus, but they seem to have all but abandoned it.

-Dave


On Sun, Jul 13, 2014 at 10:51 PM, Randy Bush <randy at psg.com> wrote:

> > We've never been asked to POP that location.
>
> what location?  i gobbled and found the rocky mtn ix, but it seems to be
> in coresite and defunct.  there is some "any2" exchange claiming to be
> the second largest on the left coast, which is a crock.
>
> is there actually a significant local exchange in the denver area, and
> not some marketing department with an mpls tunnel?  i am having a hard
> time finding it, web site, traffic, ts&cs, ...  you know, like
> <https://www.seattleix.net/>, the dinky 250g one up in seattle to which
> i am used.
>
> > Brett doesn't seem interested in finding a solution.
>
> welcome to nanog.  the list is a test of one's ability to find the
> substance amidst the flack, this oft-repeated discussion being notable.
> i wonder what we get if we pass the test.
>
> randy
>


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