The growing adoption of global cloud services and consumption of digital communication and content has led to a rising need for efficient internet traffic exchange on a worldwide scale. Peering plays a significant role in facilitating traffic sharing between networks. However, the traditional Direct Peering model has become impractical due to its high costs that are incompatible with the demands of today’s always-on digital world. As a result, there has been a remarkable surge in the adoption of Remote Peering.
In this eBook, learn about:
- The differences between remote peering and direct peering
- Benefits of remote peering and why Epsilon
- Cost comparison between remote peering and direct peering