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Hurricane Electric Internet Services has been recognized as one of CRN's "2015 Data Center 100: 20 Infrastructure Providers"
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Hurricane Electric now has a channel program, allowing outside agents to sell our IP Transit (network bandwidth) and colocation services.  https://channel.he.net/ 
Hurricane Electric Internet Services - Channel Program. Click here for PDF version of this information. Agents with experience selling IP Transit and/or Colocation services can now apply to participate in the HE.net Channel Program, to earn commissions on sales of our services.
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Network Tools Update: http://networktools.he.net/
Our free HE.NET Network Tools Mobile App has just been updated, for both Android and Apple iOS (iPhone/iPad). We've added full iperf2 and iperf3 to the suite of tools, which also includes traceroute, progressive traceroute, ping, ping sweep, whois, DNS lookup, IP calc, port scan, SSL/TLS info, and more.
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Hurricane Electric's network has grown rapidly from 2012-2014:
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We sure hope so! We'd like to turn some of those orange dots into red ones.
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We interconnect with over 3600 networks, many of which are networks in the southern hemisphere and we are working on several locations in the southern hemisphere (specifically South America, Africa, and Australia).  If you would like service in a specific major data center that we are not yet in send an email to sales@he.net and we'll see what we can do!
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Hurricane Electric Internet Services has POPs (Points of Presence) in 17 European countries (and in 20 US states, 5 Canadian provinces, and 3 Asian countries). he.net 
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Wish you were in Buffalo, NY, but I understand we're not that big of a market.  Closest you are is NYC.
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HE recently added two new POPs in St. Louis, Missouri.
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Yes, we have two POPs in Phoenix. http://pop.he.net/?city=Phoenix
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Updated: HE.NET Network Tools Mobile App (iOS & Android). Added iperf2 and iperf3 (yes, really!) http://networktools.he.net/
This suite of network tools implements most of the network diagnostics that you need as a Network Engineer or System Administrator. This is the first version of our mobile app, please help us improve it by giving us feedback. Interface Information: Get information regarding your device's current ...
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Nice addition.  Any chance BWCTL is next?
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The Internet as we know it is nearing capacity. The IPv4 standard, developed in the early ‘80s, is running out of addresses, and, as a result, research firm Gartner expects 17 percent of global Internet users in 2015 will turn to IPv6, which is expected to support users and devices into relative infinity – or 340 trillion trillion trillion, if you require the numbers. The situation has prompted Hurricane Electric to launch its channel program.
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yeah..."will be important in 2015, just not for us," Channel Partners said.  Well, not really, but they could have.
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Fremont 1 (FMT1): 760 Mission Court Fremont, CA 94539 Fremont 2 (FMT2): 48233 Warm Springs Blvd. Fremont, CA 94539 San Jose 1 (SJC1): 55 South Market Street San Jose, CA 95113
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Colocation, IPv4 and IPv6 Transit, Transport, and Dedicated Servers
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Hurricane Electric, founded by Mike Leber in 1994, is a leading Internet Backbone and Colocation provider which operates a global IPv4 and IPv6 network, running N-by-10 Gbps links throughout North America, Europe and Asia, and owns several datacenters.
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