Our primary focus is on providing any company in Spokane wholesale backbone bandwidth. Our position is one where we believe Spokane business customers have been overcharged for too long. We have built our network around multiple high-speed fiber links to balance our Internet traffic and provide uninterrupted connectivity. All internet traffic is BGP4 balanced across these links, using redundant routers and switches.There are very few providers in Spokane who can match our private line point to point OC-48 redundant ring links between Seattle and Spokane.

Our primary focus is on provisioning any enterprise in Spokane wholesale internet bandwidth. Nerdlingers communications is your marketplace to connectivity in Spokane. As your agent our goal is to provide the peering arrangement which best meets your specific backbone service level needs.  We have built our network around multiple high-speed fiber links to balance our internet traffic and provide uninterrupted connectivity. All internet backbone traffic is BGP4 balanced across these links, using redundant routers and switches. In the unlikely event of a failure on one link or router, traffic is automatically rerouted to the others to ensure continuity of service. There are few providers in Spokane who can match our private line point to point OC-48 redundant ring links between Seattle and Spokane. This relates to a major cost savings to our clients. Our position within the terabyte triangle with several peering points in the US Bank Building, and the Steam Plant square offer Spokane customer's many options for transit. Our Spokane facilities include 3 Datacenters for Co-location and dedicated servers.

Our Seattle facility is located in the Westin Building, a "carrier hotel" which is home to dozens of other telecom and tier 1 backbone providers. From Seattle, we connect to the Internet backbone via a OC-12 Fiber link to AboveNet, a OC-48 Fiber link to Cogent a OC-48 Fiber link to Level 3. We also peer (share and exchange Internet backbone connectivity) at The SIX (Seattle Internet exchange) via a Fiber link, which also allows us to peer at PAIX-Seattle via our interconnect at The SIX. Additional high-speed links interconnect Seattle our Washington DSL partners: a T1 to the Verizon DSL Frame Relay network and two DS3s to the Qwest DSL ATM network.

Our peering points often shift as costs per megabit change we shift to follow the trends. We pass the savings on to our customers. Backbone peering is becoming more like the futures market with regard to driving prices down for transit. As a consumer this has forced the costs to be reduced between 40% and 60% in the last year estimated by many backbone experts reports.

Our primary focus is on providing any company in Spokane wholesale backbone bandwidth. Our position is one where we believe Spokane business customers have been overcharged for too long. We have built our network around multiple high-speed fiber links to balance our Internet traffic and provide uninterrupted connectivity. All internet traffic is BGP4 balanced across these links, using redundant routers and switches.There are very few providers in Spokane who can match our private line point to point OC-48 redundant ring links between Seattle and Spokane.

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