What's the Why and How of a public peering strategy?

Let’s start simple. What is peering? Basically, it’s kind of a mix of a business relationship with an internet connection. Peering eliminates third-parties from establishing network connections, allowing one network to connect to another in a direct throughput, allowing them to interconnect and exchange traffic. Find out the top six reasons to peer, how to prepare to peer, as well as a checklist to ensure you peer with a great partner.
Preparing for Peering: The Why and How Of Your Public Peering Strategy

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