Muni Fiber (was: Re: last mile, regulatory incentives, etc)
nanog at punk.co.nz
Thu Mar 22 23:45:27 CDT 2012
> I believe Google agrees with me. :-)
Are they? Last I saw they were building out a layer 3 network -- no
wholesale access -- did this change?
It sorta fit with their goals in that it meant they could build a
faster/simpler network for less money and make a big/bold 1 Gbps to
every home (not really true) statement, but it doesn't end up serving a
very practical model for most of the world who believe the separation
needs to happen at layer 2.
Layer 3 is interesting, but is everyone happy with saying goodbye to the
ISP entirely and accepting regional monopolies on that space?
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