in conjunction with APRICOT 2013

APRICOT Peering Forum

When: Tuesday, 26 February 2013
Time: 11:00-18:00 (UTC +8)
Where: Island Ballroom (Tanglin)
Chairs: Gaurab Raj Upadhaya (Limelight) and Raphael Ho (Equinix)

The Peering Forum gives peering coordinators of Network Operators and their colleagues across the industry an opportunity to meet, exchange ideas and experiences, as well as discuss future Internet interconnection activities.

As well as the regular features such as "Peering Personals", the agenda will include the following presentations:

Video / Transcripts

Videos and transcripts for this session will be added here soon.

Peering Forum Part 1 (11:00 - 12:30) - Technical Interest

Raphael Ho

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Traffic Engineering for Internet Networks

Andy Davidson, LoNAP

This presentation explains how and why to manage carefully your traffic for the best quality/customer experience.

It is of particular interest to networks who are connecting to an internet exchange for the first time, or connecting to multiple exchanges, and who have questions about to best configure new connections.

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The unknown arguments for peering

Marco Brandstaetter, DE-CIX

The most common argument for peering is the lower price compared to IP Transit. But the gap between pricing for transit and peering is getting smaller and smaller. In Europe we sometimes find transit pricing that's cheaper than peering. So it´s worth to have a look on the not so well known arguments for Internet peering. To give the business case of peering an added value and for technicians to have more arguments to convince the management.

In my personal experience I know both sides of the story - since a little more than a year I consult DE-CIX but before I´ve been running my own ISP in Austria for more than 15 years.

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Making the decision not to peer

Aaron Hughes

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Peering Forum Part 2 (14:00 - 15:30) - General Interest

Jake Chin

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Mobile Data Evolution

Nitipong Boon-Long, DTAC, Thailand

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Mobile Data Evolution

Cameron Byrne, T-Mobile USA

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Using communities to control your transit providers

Martin Levy, Hurricane Electric

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Edge Cache Deployment towards the Edge

Noraini Ayop, Telecom Malaysia

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Peering Forum Part 3 (16:00 - 18:00) - IXP Interest            

Gaurab Raj Upadhaya

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100GE experience at NIX.CZ

Tomáš Maršálek, NIX.CZ

Sharing experience with 100GE connection at peering exchange on NEXUS 7000 platform.

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Moving Away From OpenBGPd To BIRD?

Jimmy Halim, Equinix

Sharing about the experience working with OpenBGPd and BIRD routing daemon, the comparison, the pros and cons, open discussion on which routing daemon and which approach to use, etc.

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IXP Personals

Che-Hoo Cheng

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