[discuss] Net Neutrality in the next Internet

willi uebelherr willi.uebelherr at gmail.com
Tue Mar 3 02:17:45 UTC 2015

Am 02/03/2015 um 06:37 p.m. schrieb Vint Cerf:
> i hope it is clear that CDNs, colocation, and even adjacencies with access
> ISPs reduces traffic on the Internet by placing content geographically
> closer to the recipients who are downloading or streaming.  Google, like
> many other sources of content, tries to make the aggregate Internet more
> efficient by increasing connectivity to edge access providers and major
> backbone networks.
> v

Dear friends,

for what we need IXP's, ISP's, monster CDN's or any other private 
instances? This constructions have nothing to do with the "InterNet". 
And the most reduction of transport volumes we can create with local 
server structures. Then all people in our world can use her local resources.

many greetings, willi
La Paz, Bolivia

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