Kostas Sdrolias

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The long-standing network neutrality debate concerns the future of pricing practices in the Internet [2, 5]. Presently, an Internet service provider (ISP) charges both its enduser subscribers and its directly connected content service providers (CSPs) for access to its network and the whole Internet. A central question is whether this practice should(More)
We have developed a novel methodology for deriving bandwidth prices for premium direct peering between Access ISPs (A-ISPs) and Content and Service Providers (CSPs) that want to deliver content and services in premium quality. Our methodology establishes a direct link between service profitability, for example, from advertising, user and subscriber loyalty,(More)
We have developed a first of its kind methodology for deriving bandwidth prices for premium direct peering between Access ISPs (A-ISPs) and Content and Service Providers (CSPs) that want to deliver content and services in premium quality. Our methodology establishes a direct link between service profitability, e.g., from advertising, userand(More)
Large access providers (ISPs) are seeking for new types of business agreements and pricing models to manage network costs and monetize better the provision of last-mile services. A typical paradigm of such new pricing norms is the proliferation of paid peering deals between ISPs and content providers (CPs), while on top of this, some ISPs are already(More)
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