[discuss] [Internet Policy] Net Neutrality in the next Internet

Jane Coffin coffin at isoc.org
Tue Mar 3 12:37:45 UTC 2015

The US has had various models.  San Francisco and Portland Oregon are like
the Eurostyle IXP version and existed before.  Florida is reported to be
the same - FLIX, but new.  And, I am hearing a bit about some movement in
New England.  TBD on that.

Thank you for this report out.

Open-IX is having their first peering meeting in May...

On 3/3/15, 7:11 AM, "Christian de Larrinaga" <cdel at firsthand.net> wrote:

>Keith Mitchell did a clueful update on the Open-IX project at UKNOF 30
>recently. This project offers a much more Eurostyle open capacity to the
>US (not exclusively aimed at the US mind you) which I think could be
>transformative in localising peering opportunities.
>Open-IX: Beyond Year One
>In its first full year of operation, the Open-IX Association has defined
>2 key new open standards for Internet Exchange and Data Centre operators
>to help encourage a more "European like" interconnect ecosystem in North
>America, leading to the OIX certification of more than 20 locations. The
>certification process has recently been opened to interested parties
>This talk will report on Open-IX's model and progress to date, and
>explore its relevance to peering and interconnect in Europe.
>Speaker:	Mr. Keith Mitchell (UKNOF)
>Material:	Presentation Video link} Slides powerpoint file}pdf file}
>Jane Coffin wrote:
>> A new IXP recently was established  in Florida.  Called FLIX.  I
>> understand that Netflix is a member.  Moving content closer to the
>> This IX is likely to help provide more competition.
>> I am also hearing there are more states trying to create more bottom-up
>> exchanges so that smaller ISPs and more content can reach users faster.
>> From: "Fred Baker (fred)" <fred at cisco.com <mailto:fred at cisco.com>>
>> Date: Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 8:57 AM
>> To: Gary Kenward <garykenward at ieee.org <mailto:garykenward at ieee.org>>
>> Cc: Best Bits <bestbits at lists.bestbits.net
>> <mailto:bestbits at lists.bestbits.net>>, 1Net List <discuss at 1net.org
>> <mailto:discuss at 1net.org>>, Brian E Carpenter
>> <brian.e.carpenter at gmail.com <mailto:brian.e.carpenter at gmail.com>>,
>> internetpolicy <internetpolicy at elists.isoc.org
>> <mailto:internetpolicy at elists.isoc.org>>
>> Subject: Re: [Internet Policy] Net Neutrality in the next Internet
>>> On Mar 2, 2015, at 10:22 AM, Gary Kenward <garykenward at ieee.org
>>> <mailto:garykenward at ieee.org>> wrote:
>>> According to this architecture, if Netflix wishes to reduce delivery
>>> delays to a localized subscribers, they should establish data centres
>>> closer to those customers (where "close" is measured in terms of delay
>>> though the Internet).
>> Which very likely means something they already do, which is deploy or
>> contract with CDN providers.
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