Thanks for this. I had a quick look at peeringdb and there are a lot more than those
I will make an effort over the next little while to get it a bit more up to date.
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From: Tim Hoffman [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, 24 June 2014 10:34 a.m.
To: Martin Spencer; Jamie Baddeley
Cc: NZNOG Mailing-List
Subject: Re: [nznog] Power event in Sky tower
Following on from the discussions of the last couple of weeks....
220 Queen being one of the better carrier neutral facilities (south of the bridge) in
Auckland, it would be useful to know who is actually in there.
I suspect that https://www.peeringdb.com/private/facility_view.php?id=1166
entries; specifically I am aware that APE is in this facility, yet is not shown here.
Keeping your peeringdb records up to date really helps other operators make decisions
around facilities they may or may not enter in the future, which benefits all of you :).
On Mon, Jun 16, 2014 at 4:47 PM, Martin Spencer <martin(a)datacentre.co.nz> wrote:
Hi Everyone. I am Martin Spencer, the owner of The Data Centre at 220 Queen Street.
I have been following the thread on the Auckland Peering Exchange and thought it would be
useful to bring you up to date with some recent changes in my data centre.
We now have two generators and have just completed construction of our own sub-station to
service the whole building instead of Vector’s old one.
We have never had a complete power outage, though in the early days we did experience an
outage on one UPS. I then had all the UPSs modified to try and ensure it wouldn’t happen
I would like to confirm that we do not charge monthly cross-connect fees. The only charge
is for setting up the connection and that is based on what it costs to run the cable.
Since I do not and never will supply bandwidth I am carrier neutral and have always hoped
that I could encourage people to peer in my facility.
If a formal peering exchange were to be set up here I would not want to be involved in the
administration. I would do all I could to support and encourage it but would continue with
my current philosophy of concentrating on making the physical infrastructure (aircon,
power, security) as robust and reliable as possible.
If one or a group of you would like to meet with me to discuss how we can improve our
facilities and make them more transparent and available to you, please contact me.
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