The Cost of Public Peering

Definition: The Cost of Public Peering includes all of the monthly recurring and amortization costs required for peering, potentially including: (1) Transport - the cost of getting physical layer (layer 1 and 2) access into the Internet Exchange Point , (2) Colocation Fees - the cost of space and power in a physical space providing access to the peering fabric, (3) Power - power for any gear required for peering, and (4) Equipment Costs - any leasing or amortized monthly cost for equipment Graphic - the Cost of Internet Peering


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The 2014 Internet Peering Playbook is now available on the iPad at the Apple Store and for the Amazon Kindle. The Kindle, ePub and PDF form are also perpetually updated on the DrPeering DropBox share.