Our general business office will be closed for Thanksgiving, November 28th and 29th, 2013. Regular hours will resume on Monday, December 2nd. Colocation customers and others with service level agreements should call the hotline in the event of an emergency. We’ll still be watching for support tickets by email as well.
Phase II: Coming Soon
We’re just about sold out in Phase I and we’ve secured space for our Phase II colocation floor space. Contact us to reserve a space today. Keep watching our newspipe for progress updates as we work towards Roller Network Phase II opening day!
The $1 Fiber Optic Network
The cost of raw Internet bandwidth has plummeted over the last decade, and when you’re Google, it is even cheaper. When Google announced their fiber project, they initially claimed their network would be open to other providers. When Kansas City launched, they quietly retracted that. Even though Google is promising a number of upgrades to iProvo, having a government sanctioned monopoly for $1 is a sweet deal that would have never been offered to a local provider like XMission.
Read the full post at: http://transmission.xmission.com/2013/04/18/the-1-fiber-optic-network
Charter Communications is now available as an on-net carrier in our colocation facility. Charter is using a Cisco ME 3600X-24FS for additional site capabilities over of their regular ME 3400 series installations.
Customers or prospective customers wishing to utilize this carrier at our facility should contact Roller Network for our Site ID. This ID can then be used by your Charter account manager to locate our facility.
Bad Results from IP2Location.com
The geolocation site “IP2Location.com” has a bad database that’s incorrectly attributing search results to Rollernet that actually belong to other entities. This was brought to our attention after receiving two calls this week regarding Comcast IP addresses because this geolocation site incorrectly lists us as the “domain”. Although we’re probably easier to contact than Comcast, there’s little can do to help other than to suggest using a different geolocation service.
We recommend using MaxMind GeoIP or an RIR “whois” search instead.