Observations of an Internet Middleman (Level3) (was: RIP Network Neutrality (was: Wow its been quiet here...
Jason_Livingood at cable.comcast.com
Fri May 9 12:27:58 UTC 2014
Hi Jeff – I noticed the question posed here so thought I’d respond, perhaps at risk of stirring up a hornet’s nest given how long the last thread was. ;-) Anyway… there’s no congestion between Comcast and Level 3 connections, and we’re working collaboratively with Level 3. Given these facts, we have no reason to believe that Comcast is on their list.
On 5/8/14, 1:18 PM, "=JeffH" <Jeff.Hodges at KingsMountain.com<mailto:Jeff.Hodges at KingsMountain.com>> wrote:
Level 3 accuses five unnamed US ISPs of abusing their market power in peering
"...I’d love to see Cogent, Google and other providers release their data next, so even if the FCC doesn’t want to pursue this, a growing cry of consumer outrage could push the agency to do something about a very real and difficult problem that’s crippling access to video content on 5 U.S. broadband networks. Level 3 didn’t name names, but based on the deals Netflix has signed and the complaints it has made about AT&T, I’m confident that AT&T, Verizon and Comcast are among the five. "
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