Middle mile

by Stefan

In the daisy chain of global Internet connectivity, the middle mile once amounted to a thin stem in the proverbial garland, acting as a tenuous intermediary between operators’ core networks and local edge networks. Historically, there were limited middle mile aggregation hubs and infrastructure facilitating connection for last mile users, or those resources were controlled by a single Internet Service Provider (ISP) and subject to price hikes and speed throttling.

by Art Kazmierczak, Director of Business and Network Development, Arelion

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