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Re: Overall Netflix bandwidth usage numbers on a network?
From: Jason Lixfeld <jason () lixfeld ca>
Date: Mon, 12 Dec 2011 17:00:38 -0500


On 2011-12-12, at 4:22 PM, Simon Lockhart <simon () slimey org> wrote:

I guess most (i.e. those
which aren't Akamai) are more concerned with making money than with delivering
a good service to the end user.

Really?  I always thought that higher profits and buying transit were mutually exclusive relative to higher profits and 
openly peering.

So what you are saying is that one stands to make more by paying upstreams for bit swapping?  How's that work?

If the argument is that the opex required for maintaining peering relationships is too expensive relative to the direct 
and indirect cost of buying bandwidth, I love to be edumacated on how that math actually works because it makes 
absolutely no sense to me.

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