Europe IP Transit Provider Ideas ?
eric.kuhnke at gmail.com
Tue Jun 30 19:57:31 UTC 2020
For Africa take a look at Liquid Telecoms and WIOCC. If your target market
is more specifically west african, look at the ISPs which have major POPs
in Accra and Lagos.
For east africa, Kenya/Tanzania, and those with good connectivity from
Kenya to Djibouti and into the UAE (via Fujairah).
WIOCC is somewhat of an east african specialist.
On Tue, Jun 30, 2020 at 5:50 AM Mark Tinka <mark.tinka at seacom.com> wrote:
> On 30/Jun/20 14:15, Darin Steffl wrote:
> > Why isn't Hurricane in your mix yet? They have great routes, some of
> > the lowest pricing available, and they are always easy to reach at the
> > NOC. They also peer at nearly every IX possible. They're #1 in number
> > of BGP adjacencies.
> > It looks like they have 3 or 4 paths in/out of Africa. I'd use their
> > looking glass tool to check latency and peering.
> For Africa, Kenya and South Africa tend to be typical points for initial
> build-outs. Nigeria gets attention too.
> You want to look at an operator that spreads across more locations than
> that to reach as many African networks as possible. The ones that I know
> of have Africa as their primary market, but also have presence in Europe.
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