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Transit

Flat-rate, unmetered ports, AS47066 blend.

Prgmr.com's racks are located in Suite 212A of Coresite SV4 2972 Stender Way, Santa Clara, CA.

Ordering is down for all of these products until we instantiate a reasonable policy for checking abuse handling references, and for dealing with repeated DoS attacks.

Port speedmonthly costsetup fee
10Mbps$50$50
100Mbps$150$50

95th percentile ports, AS47066 blend

Port speedcommitsetup feemonthly cost
1000Mbps200Mbps$500 ($300 credit towards overages)$200

Ports billed on total transit, AS47066 blend

Port speedincluded transferCost per gigabytesetup feeMonthly port cost
100Mbps5,000 gigabytes$0.01$50$50
1000Mbps30,000 gigabytes$0.01$500 ($300 credit towards overages)$150

For our 95th percentile customers on AS47066, you have a choice of paying $1.00 per megabit on the overage or being capped at your commit when you hit your 95th percentile. Being capped means that either we change your port speed /or/ you must use our software routers capable of limiting you in a more genteel manner.

As usual, you must cover the cost of any cross connect. Cross connects to nearby space rented from prgmr.com are free, and if you are upgrading an existing prgmr.com 10Mbps port that came with a San Jose co-location package, take $50 off the price.

10Mbps and 100Mbps ports are available now.

For the other stuff on this page, well, we had a goal of taking the negotiation out of the co-location pricing process. Next, we'll automate putting packages together for a multi-service "quote" and give you access to that so you can make your own 'quote' without making us do work, and without making you guess where the costs are. But 'next' clearly, is a long way off. We're focusing on the Virtual Private Server business for now, so if you want something, email us and we'll see.

Note, right now our only upstream is he.net. The bit we wrote about the AS47066 blend was written when we had a second upstream, of which we will not speak. This does suck, and if someone wanted to propose a bandwidth trading agreement, we'd be game.