[VoiceOps] Future of the Traditional PSTN vs VOIP and VoLTE
erik at eespro.com
Sat Dec 5 17:10:34 EST 2015
Alex I think if they remained NEUTRAL like their previous name it could
work as an interconnecting place such as BGP peering. we are here to move
packets. Now if they start to tax the packets or dig in and say hey that's
VoIP we are taxinig the calls then things would change. They did change
their name so maybe they aren't so neutral like a data center BGP meeting
On Sat, Dec 5, 2015 at 12:07 PM, Alex Balashov <abalashov at evaristesys.com>
> On 12/05/2015 05:01 PM, Erik Flournoy wrote:
> Your description of Inteliquent makes a lot of since. It's essential
>> how the internet was born via free interconnections at hub locations.
>> Of course you paid to get to the location but once you built your
>> fiber or back then copper path you just plugged in.
> Yeah, but this idea isn't new. It's a very obvious logical leap for VoIP.
> You can find exciting! magnanimous! proposals! for VoIP peering going back
> to the turn of the century.
> They were all hampered by a lack of critical mass: so you connect to
> NexGenIPTopia, then what? Who are you going to pass traffic to? A handful
> of other no-name ITSPs?
> What makes Inteliquent more viable in this regard is that wireless majors
> and folks like Comcast - evidently - participate.
> However, I don't see what the small operator really gets out of it,
> especially if you're talking in big, paradigmatic change terms. So, it's
> another proprietary tandem, notionally more pleasant than the ILEC to deal
> with. Okay?
> -- Alex
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