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Re: Korea Telecom Contacts?
Hi Joe- On Mon, 27 Oct 2003, Joe Abley wrote: On 27 Oct 2003, at 16:49, just me wrote: > The physical location is secondary to the quality of connectivity to > the region, and the quality of the facility, in that order. The pertinent questions are, I think (a) what do you mean by "the region" and (b) what constitutes good quality connectivity for your application? Asia Pacific is a big place. If you really mean "the whole of Asia Pacific", the answer is quite possibly still "Palo Alto". "The region" does indeed mean the whole of asia pacific. My objective is to locate the service where query-response latency will be the lowest for as many clients in the region as possible. I realize that AP is a tough area to cover; I spent three years doing ISP work in Tokyo. Like I said in my reply to Suresh, I'd love to be able to drop more than one POP in the region. F's locations in New Zealand, Hong Kong, and Seoul sound pretty ideal. Unfortunately, I only have room for one POP on the budget. matto --firstname.lastname@example.org------------------------------------------<darwin>< Flowers on the razor wire/I know you're here/We are few/And far between/I was thinking about her skin/Love is a many splintered thing/Don't be afraid now/Just walk on in. #include <disclaim.h>