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D R A F T 1.3 William B. Norton William B. Norton Page 1 2/19/2002
 

Summary: D R A F T 1.3 William B. Norton
William B. Norton Page 1 2/19/2002
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A Business Case for ISP Peering
William B. Norton
Abstract
During the recent economic turmoil, Internet Service
Providers are looking for ways to reduce the costs
associated with providing Internet services. Chief
among their costs is telecommunications costs, the
cost of getting traffic to the networks that make up the
Internet.
Discussions with ISP Peering Coordinators identified
Internet Service Provider (ISP) "Peering" as one of
the most effective methods of reducing
telecommunications costs for ISPs. The ISP Peering
Coordinator's job is to establish and effectively
manage this interconnection between ISPs. Goals
include maximizing efficiency and minimizing the
costs of interconnection. As demonstrated in the

  

Source: Akella, Aditya - Department of Computer Sciences, University of Wisconsin at Madison

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences