Sprint peering policy

Several estimates floating around (*) suggest between 60 and 100 PB (petabytes) per
month of US backbone traffic, which works out to 180 and 300 Gb/s average traffic.

Andrew Odlyzko

(*) See my papers at <http://www.dtc.umn.edu/~odlyzko/doc/networks.html>, or a recent
(and about to be updated) report from RHK.

Oh I should also point out that I was guessing as to traffic exchanged
between networks through peering not total transit traffic to "the
internet", so 701 cust to 701 cust doesn't count. Incase anyone was
confused about that. :slight_smile: