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#ActualmagerX

Posted 24 October 2012 - 03:11 PM

OK, I finally get your line of thought regarding my solution.
Sadly, it's basically dismiss the solution(I say sadly because your opinion is more educated and chances are that you are right).

The question you asked at the end of your reply is not the right one.
Without the ability to create a network like we talked about in this thread, I can't execute my key service in a way which will be good enough to be worth it.
The assumption is that if I CAN create such a network, it will be worth it. Even if the cost of creating and maintaining such a network are high.
Proving this point is another part of my business plan, part which is probably not related to this forum.

If we abandoned the solution we talked about so far, do you have any creative hypothesis on how to create such a network?
Such a network does not exist so far, so obviously it needs to be something creative.

edit:
Regarding your comment about "SoftLayer" and other co-location providers:
I don't think all the co-location/dedicated servers networks are created equal. POPs location(which "exchange point"), peering agreement with carries, backbone connection between POPs, etc. These stuff should have a major impact on how fast the network would be(end user to POP, and POP to POP).

#2magerX

Posted 24 October 2012 - 03:10 PM

OK, I finally get your line of thought regarding my solution.
Sadly, it's basically dismiss the solution(I say sadly because your opinion is more educated and chances are that you are right).

The question you asked at the end of your reply is not the right one.
Without the ability to create a network like we talked about in this thread, I can't execute my key service in a way which will be good enough to be worth it.
The assumption is that if I CAN create such a network, it will be worth it. Even if the cost of creating and maintaining such a network are high.
Proving this point is another part of my business plan, part which is probably not related to this forum.

If we abandoned the solution we talked about so far, do you have any creative hypothesis on how to create such a network?
Such a network does not exist so far, so obviously it needs to be something creative.

edit:
Regarding your comment about "SoftLayer" and other co-location providers:
I don't think all the co-location/dedicated servers networks are created equal. POPs location(which "exchange point"), peering agreement with carries, backbone connection between their servers, etc. These stuff should have a major impact on how fast the network should be(end user to POP, and POP to POP).

#1magerX

Posted 24 October 2012 - 03:00 PM

OK, I finally get your line of thought regarding my solution.
Sadly, it's basically dismiss the solution(I say sadly because your opinion is more educated and chances are that you are right).

The question you asked at the end of your reply is not the right one.
Without the ability to create a network like we talked about in this thread, I can't execute my key service in a way which will be good enough to be worth it.
The assumption is that if I CAN create such a network, it will be worth it. Even if the cost of creating and maintaining such a network are high.
Proving this point is another part of my business plan, part which is probably not related to this forum.

If we abandoned the solution we talked about so far, do you have any creative hypothesis on how to create such a network?
Such a network does not exist so far, so obviously it needs to be something creative.

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