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ColoServe offers San Francisco businesses the highest quality Internet access possible. Get multiple Tier-1 backbone providers in a single network, all without the hassle of dealing directly with the Telcos or the high cost of purchasing multiple connections.

Delivered via ColoServe's Layer 2 Services, NetExtender leverages our Multi-homed network and 40+ private peering agreements to provide a fast and secure connection at a price point well below traditional T-1, DS-3 and OC-n connections. NetExtender is an affordable way to increase your current bandwidth and maximize the performance of your Internet-based applications, while getting the advantage of working with a local ISP.

ColoServe's personalized customer service and flexible pricing make it easy for you to experience the next generation in business Internet access, while NetExtender's multi-homed (blended) bandwidth will add redundancy and speed to your Internet connection. Our multi-homed bandwidth includes: MCI, Level 3, NTT/Verio, AboveNet and peering (direct traffic exchange) with 40+ private networks including Yahoo, Microsoft, Cogent, Akamai, UltraDNS, CENIC/CalREN2 (University of California system and Stanford), and Japan Telecom.

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  • Multiple Tier-1 network providers for a choice of Internet backbone routes, with BGP routing to send your data out the fastest route possible.
  • 24/7 network monitoring and support
  • 99.999% Network Availability Service Level Agreement (SLA)
  • Most competitively priced bandwidth in San Francisco
  • High speed burstable bandwidth


  • Flexible bandwidth options include 10, 50, 100, 1000 Mbps
  • IP allocation
  • Managed DNS
  • Managed security services
  • Redundant network connections