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Re: [Voip.ms] Survey / Feedback on restructuring Geo Locations.
said by chrisedwards:
This is still a fairly recent thread so I thought I'd add my thoughts:
1. I don't see a Europe POP mentioned. We have employees travel frequently to Europe and it's nice to have a European POP that they can reliably connect to while overseas. I haven't tried the New York POP though, so it's possible that in various locations in Europe the NY POP would have sufficient pings. In any case I'd love to see a European POP kept.
london.voip.ms is in Europe. The data center is close to London, and the bandwidth has direct peering to with London, England.--
Martin - VoiP.ms
From a phone *user* point of view, I don't care what you do or how you do it. Just make the dial tone reliable. In the old day of POTS we didn't ask Bell how the infrastructure was built but we sure did depend on it. (Nobody knew when the phone was out of service unless we actually used it, compared to now, us knowing in an instant with alerts for failed registrations)
The challenge is how does my $5+ per month make a viable solution to design and build to make sure I can count on you for a quality call every time. I have to expect outages and failures, just not on a regular basis.