Internet inter-domain traffic

@inproceedings{Labovitz2010InternetIT,
  title={Internet inter-domain traffic},
  author={Craig Labovitz and Scott Iekel-Johnson and Danny McPherson and Jon Oberheide and Farnam Jahanian},
  booktitle={SIGCOMM '10},
  year={2010}
}
In this paper, we examine changes in Internet inter-domain traffic demands and interconnection policies. We analyze more than 200 Exabytes of commercial Internet traffic over a two year period through the instrumentation of 110 large and geographically diverse cable operators, international transit backbones, regional networks and content providers. Our analysis shows significant changes in inter-AS traffic patterns and an evolution of provider peering strategies. Specifically, we find the… 
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