[j-nsp] Separate internet transit network versus converged
Adam.Vitkovsky at gamma.co.uk
Thu Mar 31 06:36:30 EDT 2016
> Robert Hass
> Sent: Thursday, March 31, 2016 10:01 AM
> On Tue, Mar 29, 2016 at 3:10 PM, Jesper Skriver <jesper at skriver.dk> wrote:
> > Almost certainly such documents would contain 'secret sauce' that the
> > vendor does not want to disclose to competitors.
> Agree. It's always about vendor BU and Law Departments. "It's our top-
> secret technology" even they using merchant silicon :) But true it that people
> involved in building such machines are changing jobs and it's common to see
> that some guy is two years in Juniper, next two years in Cisco, after again
> Juniper, after some ALU or other. Second people from former job still in
> relation and talk each other - means everybody knows what's going under
> competitor table.
> Especially in Silicon Valley.
And although all this is true, yet there are cases where competition has absolutely no idea :)
Which leaves us operators to only trust our own testing results.
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