[e2e] [OT <maybe>?] NYTimes article on the structure & shape(topology) of the internet
day at std.com
Wed Mar 3 06:04:17 PST 2010
Actually the biggest error in the article is that he didn't notice
that this nothing more than backbone providers owned by non-telecomm
companies. It does improve the connectivity of the network in
general but architecturally there is no difference. The fact that
they might focus on a certain type of traffic is coincidental.
At 14:51 -0500 2010/03/02, Noel Chiappa wrote:
> > From: ashish makani <ashish.makani at gmail.com>
> > An NYT article on peering,
> > May not be very relevant to e2e, but seemed interesting to me.
>It was basically a pretty good/interesting article.
>It did have one significant howler in it (he attributed the Internet's
>ability to change traffic patterns to packet switching, rather than dynamic
>routing); I sent him a message explaining the difference, let's see if I hear
>anything back... :-)
>But other than that it was quite educational.
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