Hackaday Looks at Current Net Neutrality Stuff

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Interesting. I actually worked in a N.O.C. for a company that offered fault-tolrance for high speed ISP's (between them and content providers). We relayed Internet traffic for various businesses; including ISP's, and telco companies over our high speed satellite network.


It was basically an alternative to slower frame-relay links, and fault-tolrant for content & service providers. 


EDIT: when I say fault-tolrance, I mean link saturation as well as a failed backbone link.

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