a question has come up in the office regarding internet connectivity and
peering in Ireland.
Basically there have been varying reports in the press about a senior person
in a global IT organisation in Ireland saying that Ireland's peering is not
all it should be, and is putting us at a disadvantage.
Can someone one enlighten me please on why our peering seems to be
considered poor, and what needs to be done to improve it.
All answers gratefully received,
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