The internet seems almost ubiquitous: it’s everywhere and connects everything. But there are different ways to connect on the Internet, including IP peering (public and private) and IP transit. Learn how and why issues such as cost, speed, latency, and performance determine which connection method is preferable.
In this tech brief with ActualTech Media, we cover:
IP Peering and IP Transit Open Up the Traffic Lanes
The 2 Types of Peering Connections:
Private and Public
What Are the Alternatives?
Dedicated Internet Access
Partnering with US Signal for Faster,
Safer, More Reliable Transport