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Cisco’s Mike Volpi Op-Ed on Net Neutrality: “`Neutrality’ Regulations Could Stifle Evolution of High

- June 21, 2006 - 0 Comments

BRUSSELS – Great op-ed by Mike (aka Michelangelo) Volpi in today’s San Jose Mercury News. Mike is our SVP in charge of our Routing and Service Provider Technology Group. You can check his bio out here. One of the smartest people I have met within or without Cisco, so IMHO his opinion on net neutrality issue should be listened to.Op-ed states in part: “The Net Neutrality debate comes down to this: content providers and aggregators want to regulate the Internet so that service providers cannot charge for different levels of service among their customers….Broadband service providers who build the networks believe that they should be able to manage the networks for efficiency, security and quality of service. Broadband providers believe that they should be able to place intelligence in the core of their network as well as the edge, or the part that reaches consumers. The debates between these two camps centers around whether Congress should to step in to create such regulation. They should not.Read the full op-ed here.

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