Google peering pains in Dallas
nick at foobar.org
Thu Apr 30 18:18:07 UTC 2020
Jared Mauch wrote on 30/04/2020 19:09:
> This is why the majority of traffic volume for interconnection has
> generally been over private peering links (paid, SFI, otherwise).
ixps have always been a mid-market phenomenon. They don't deal with the
high volume data flows because it never made financial sense to do that.
At the lower end, they have a cut-off point which broadly aligns with
smaller wholesale requirements. For the bits in between, they can
provide good value.
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