ECONOMICS OF REMOTE PEERING
The obvious, purely financial benefit of remote peering is its dramatically steeper cost curve as unit costs of remote peering drop at a higher place than that of IP transit. Once a certain volume of traffic has been reached (break even) remote peering becomes cheaper than IP transit.Even if remote peering does not immediately provide cost savings over existing IP transit arrangements, its significant benefits can justify early adoption:
- routing redundancy
- gain control over traffic routes
- reduced latency and packet loss
- increased market visibility
- DDoS protection provided by Sofia Connect
RATIONALE OF REMOTE PEERING
By serving numerous customers from Central Europe, the Balkans, Turkey and the Caucasus region, we benefit from significant cost advantages resulting from the economies of scale. Leveraged by our strong expertise in innovative IP services, we are able to provide reliable carrier-grade connectivitiy to Europe's leading Internet Exchanges most cost-efficiently.
REMOTE PEERING AND IP TRANSIT
As a comprehensive one-stop shop we do also provide IP transit at competitive rates through our own network and at least two tier-1 providers. In a hybrid approach IP transit and remote peering services can be combined to a diversified connectivity solution.
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