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Re: AP IX locations
- From: Celeste Anderson
- Date: Mon Sep 30 16:03:41 2002
Paul, et al.
As I have responded privately to to others offlist, while MAE-LA has
withered, the other half of the exchange in LA (LAAP - www.laap.net)
run by the University of Southern California is still active. The
Telehouse LA facility is interconnected to the LAAP exchange and there
are other things in the offing that I am not at liberty to disclose
today, but will be rolled out in the very near future (press releases
being prepared as I write).
So yes, there are viable options in the Los Angeles area for AP
carriers to exchange traffic with other entities here and vice versa.
LAAP Operations Manager (among other things)
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Date: 29 Sep 2002 06:08:40 -0000
From: Paul Vixie <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: AP IX locations
> >I would confirm GM's assertion. Also, if you have the luxury of caring
> >more about a smaller set of large-capacity Tier1 private peers, there is
> >some presence of AsiaPac providers doing this at Equinix SJ.
> Actually Equinix-Los Angeles has more Asian based Networks coming in for
> turn-up in October than any other region from details gathered this
> week. Chunghwa is in as of this week. SingTel, Japan Telecom, Hanaro, are
> on track for peer-ready in October. DACOM is considering, etc.
so what does that make telehouse-la after all these years... chopped liver?
there have been Plenty of asian isp's in los angeles for Quite a while now.
there also seems to be a PAIX switch inside 1 Wilshire now. (mfn's chap.11
filing having sawn off any hope we had of opening PAIX-LA.)
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