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TwiztedZero
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reply to resa1983

Re: Time for a stop sell on McNicoll POI?

said by resa1983:

Likely they'll switch congested POIs over first for users.

Its a very nice well meaning thought. If that is at all in the strategy that gets implemented during the POI to APOI transition - wonderful.
Heres hoping!
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Webslingerac

join:2004-05-01
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reply to InvalidError

said by InvalidError:

said by noemails :

your playing catch up and you should ordertwice as much at a time if you can afford it....

The problem is that non-aggregated access will be discontinued this year so every dollar invested in it is becoming one more dollar down the drain to delay switching to aggregated.

At this point, I'm guessing TSI's game is minimizing losses/costs until they are forced to go aggregated - they may not get to run their new Rogers links long enough to make a profit off of 'em but this is still less expensive than aggregated rates between now and whenever they may be forced to switch.

Well in the interim, TSI, please put in a stop-sell on McNicoll until congestion during prime time is resolved. Please do this for your existing customers.

resa1983
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North York, ON
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reply to InvalidError

TSI already has a plan with Rogers set up (contracts are resolved) to switch over to agg by end of this year POI by POI.

»Re: Start.ca VS Distributel

quote:
For Rogers, we simply have a massive migration to do and it's just not simple. We have agreements that need to be dealt with for the existing gig links that would all be dropped if we migrated.. Rogers is working with us to come up with a plan. We met with them last week and we have a plan to begin by enabling the rest of their POIs first, sometime in Feb or March, then start migrating one POI at a time over to the aggregated model and by end of year we should be fully migrated.
Likely they'll switch congested POIs over first for users.
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InvalidError

join:2008-02-03
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reply to noemails

said by noemails :

your playing catch up and you should ordertwice as much at a time if you can afford it....

The problem is that non-aggregated access will be discontinued this year so every dollar invested in it is becoming one more dollar down the drain to delay switching to aggregated.

At this point, I'm guessing TSI's game is minimizing losses/costs until they are forced to go aggregated - they may not get to run their new Rogers links long enough to make a profit off of 'em but this is still less expensive than aggregated rates between now and whenever they may be forced to switch.