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In Japan, the set of Tier 1 ISPs include
Traffic in Tokyo
[email protected] doesn’t work – need legs o the ground
Japanese surprises: 3 IXes. Which one to use?
Monthly Peering cost=$2500 for local loop, $2500 for rack, $4500 FastE port
Transit~$110 for 100Mbps commit
Aggregate traffic volume 34Gbps
Value of JPIX to participant=(34000Mbps*$110/Mbps)/109 - $11,500=$4096/mo
2nd highest transit prices
Local Loops Expensive
“End of the World”
Costs to expand to Asia…
1 AS Hop
2 AS Hops
Source: Nigel Titley (FLAG)
And Erasmus Ng (T-Systems)
Source: Joe Abley (ISC)