Verizon Public Policy on Netflix

Bill Woodcock woody at pch.net
Mon Jul 14 03:12:26 UTC 2014


(Yes, yes, I know, feeding the troll, etc.)

On Jul 13, 2014, at 4:00 PM, Brett Glass <nanog at brettglass.com> wrote:

> We guarantee each subscriber a certain minimum capacity  to the Internet exchange at 1850 Pearl Street 
> in Denver…  It’s a well known regional Internet exchange point in a building which I believe is owned by Level3.

So, Brett, this begs the question, “Well known to whom?”  Your implication is that it’s known to someone besides yourself.  Most people recognize a definition of an exchange as a location at which three or more networks peer, and which has published policies allowing additional networks access on the same terms.  Is that a definition that you understand and subscribe to?  Or are you using some other definition that is not “well known?”

If there’s a currently-operational exchange in Denver other than CoreSite (910 15th Street & 639 E. 18th Street), I and many other people would very much like to know about it.

                                -Bill




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