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Topic # 32614 21-Apr-2009 12:07
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Hello Everyone,

We have a client which we want to do offsite data replication between Mt Wellington and Newmarket, but can't seem to find a ISP/Telco which has fibre/circuits in Mt Wellington!

We would like pricing on 5MBits/10MBits or even VDSL would be excellent. It would be a site to site connection with no internet traffic.

We would be happy to have this be a internet connection as long as local traffic was pro rated as such (eg very very low for within Auckland.)

Anyone know who has fast connections on Great South Road near the Mt Wellington on ramp?




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  Reply # 208342 21-Apr-2009 13:01
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telecom should be able to provide a hsdsl connection or depending on the type of data maybe a e1 (but they are cutting back on those)

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  Reply # 208362 21-Apr-2009 14:19
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Hi,

have you checked out the NZ broadband map? It should give you an idea of what is already in the ground down in Mt Wellington.

kind regards

Knoydart

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