These guys seem to be trying to leverage the MAE "brand"
for their own benefit, while trying to trash the existing
MAEs at the same time for their own good.
They sell transit. They buy from the people that they
show as being present at their "MAE." I suspect that you
can indeed inter-connect with other entities at their
facilities-- through their /layer three routers./
This page has to be the most humorous:
...with this bit about their constraint-based BGP-4 being my
"Advanced Border Gateway Protocol (BGP-4) directs traffic
from its point of origin to the core class router of the
least congested backbone, bypassing the congested public
peering points and virtually eliminating latency and
I can't wait for the "White Papers" link to become active.
I'm guessing they didn't get permission to use the MAE
acronym, [which presumably is trademarked] or the likeness
of Dulles Airport in their logo.
When they spoke of the "new generation," did they mention