Re: routing around Sprint's depeering damage

From: Patrick Giagnocavo (no email)
Date: Sun Nov 02 2008 - 08:58:45 EST

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    Marc Farnum Rendino wrote:
    > Folks -
    >
    > At some point, a society decides that X is important enough to the
    > society as a whole, that something official is in the overall
    > interest. Roads, immigration, whatever. That it's necessary to require
    > that some things be done (or not be done).
    >
    > Peering may very well not be in that category, however I think it's
    > worth discussion.
    >
    > - Marc

    My response would be to point out the behavior of the incumbents in the
    telcom industry vs. the upstarts; which are the ones responsible for
    most of the innovation that actually got delivered to the market?

    Regulations raise barriers to entry; which favors the incumbent over the
    upstart.

    Roads are a bad analogy and will only serve to obscure the discussion.

    --Patrick


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