Peering is a way to exchange traffic with another party (typically a transit provider or content provider) via a direct connection. No third party networks are involved and usually neither party incurs a cost for the traffic exchanged, unless it is a paid peering arrangement (less common).
At GPF 12.0 in NYC this week, Zenlayer expanded its peering network in Europe and Asia, and now has over 300 global peers.
In this blog, we discuss the top three benefits of peering.
To meet the increasing demand of global live streaming, gaming and IoT, Zenlayer has completed the phase 1 construction of its global IP backbone, connecting U.S., China and Europe…
A popular misconception that foreign companies have when deploying IT services in China is the assumption that IT costs in China will be lower.
However, this is not true. When compared to the United States, hosting costs in IP transit, space, and power cost more in China.
In China, telecom services is largely a duopoly between China Telecom and China Unicom…