Peering is an unclear term in some sectors of the industry; it can get confused and consequently minimize or distort its advantages. We have listed some of the most critical FAQs of the operators when considering doing peering in Mexico. What is peering? Peering is the activity that occurs when two or more networks agree […]
As we have already described in previous publications, Content Delivery Networks are used to quickly and profitably deliver a wide variety of content in numerous endpoints such as web browsers, mobile devices, decoders or even game consoles. The more robust CDNs, operated by companies such as Akamai® and Cloudflare®, make it possible to send content […]
The strength of the collaborative economy, autonomous cars, Internet of things, blockchain, M2M processes, as well as augmented reality and mixed reality will take force in the coming years, and it is expected that the data will increase interesting. Every day we read about strategic partnerships, telecommunications companies acquiring emerging companies Over-The-Top (OTT) and in […]
First, let’s review a formal definition, peering is a business relationship between two – or more – networks for the direct exchange of IP traffic. This exchange can occur privately with a PNI or public through an IXP (Internet Exchange Point). An Internet exchange point (IXP) is a physical location through which Internet infrastructure companies […]
The demand for high-quality OTT video and proliferation of connected things have transformed the Internet and led service providers to move strategic IT assets to the edge of the network. Edge connectivity brings improved quality of service, long-haul savings, and enhanced security for end-users and network operators.
Announcements this year include new data centers in Laredo and El Paso, new hirings in critical positions and significant partnerships with major networks in the US. At NANOG71, we will unveil one of the most important products that we have been working on this 2017.
MDC prides itself on having created a peering ecosystem of network and content providers that combine the largest carriers in Mexico and the World. These telecom operators come together in carrier-neutral colocation facilities on the border. What is it that we have and they can’t find anywhere else?
Freedom of interconnection is the ultimate reward for choosing a carrier-neutral data center. Not being chained down to a particular carrier allows you to have several options concerning your connectivity, redundancy levels, providers, and pricing.
Operating one of the largest fiber-optic networks in the world, Telia Carrier provides business to well over 1200 customers in 80 countries around the world. Being the first to deploy the first 1Tbps transmission, Telia Carrier never ceases to impress. Behind all of their success and something you might not know about them is their salute to what they call Carrier Declarations.