Shortest path to the world

Valdis.Kletnieks at vt.edu Valdis.Kletnieks at vt.edu
Thu Jul 16 17:08:47 CDT 2009


On Wed, 15 Jul 2009 22:03:56 +0900, Randy Bush said:
> > The typical network architecture problem, what are the best (shortest 
> > latency, greatest bandwidth, etc) locations to connect to the every 
> > nation in the world?  As you increase the number of locations, how do the 
> > choices change?

> > And what data do you have to prove the choices are best?
> 
> it would help if you said how you measure 'best' or 'better'.

Given that it's Sean asking, I have to conclude he's either dropping a very
interesting thought experiment on us, or he's just trolled us, with a long list
of well-known names replying. Quite possibly both at once.

Well played, Sean. ;)


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