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The benefits of maximising local traffic via independent Internet exchange points (IXPs) is well-recognised as essential for facilitating a robust domestic Information and Communication Technology...

This OECD report finds that the Internet has developed an efficient market for connectivity based on voluntary contractual agreements. Operating in a highly competitive environment, largely...

Some have suggested that the WCIT should approve a new model for Internet interconnection.  In this paper, the Internet Society assesses whether there is a need to address either of these...

 

You wouldn’t send a package from your office in Port-of-Spain, destined for a client in San Fernando, through Miami USA, would you? That would be foolish, unnecessarily expensive and...

ITU WORKSHOP ON APPORTIONMENT OF REVENUES AND INTERNATIONAL INTERNET CONNECTIVITY (IIC) 23
– 24 JANUARY 2012, GENEVA SWITZERLAND.

Summary of “Overview of Africa’s...

 

This research is the result of collaboration in 2011 between the Internet Society (ISOC), the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and...

Excerpts from the Internet Peering Playbook: Connecting to the Core of the Internet, a book by peering expert, Bill Norton.

Excerpts from Chapter 11 of The Internet Peering Playbook: Connecting to the Core of the Internet, a book by peering expert, Bill Norton.

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