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Vegas License International LLC and subsidiaries

Vegas, the entertainment capital of the world, is committed to the Adult Entertainment success of it's celebrity-events and mega casino-hotel's.

This company offers tested and proven solutions that combine systems, partner products, professional services and implementation expertise. Since the launch of its entertainment personality of systems in 2009, Vegas supports it's family with internationally certified infrastructure for more than 400,000 simultaneous users worldwide.

Peering Policy

We have an open peering policy, welcoming the opportunity to engage in peering with any responsible BGP speaker in an effort to improve the experience of our users throughout the globe.

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Contact Information

For further information, phone 1 (702) 720-2300 or Toll Free in U.S. & Canada 1 (877) 800-VEGAS™.

The Seattle Internet Exchange (SIX) is an Internet exchange point in Seattle, USA. - Source: "Welcome to the Seattle Internet Exchange | www.seattleix.net ". Seattle Internet Exchange. April 1997. Web. 4 April 2002. - It has two locations in the city: the Westin Building and KOMO Plaza (formerly Fisher Plaza). The SIX is a fast-growing, neutral and independent peering point which was created as a free exchange point sponsored only by donations.

"How do you do all this with one part-time paid engineer, and a bunch of volunteers? How do you actually run an exchange at this high scale and this complexity because with this many peers there's a lot of questions, there's a lot of issues, there's debugging, there's vendor action?" - Source: Reimer, Jared (Speaker) "Seattle Internet Exchange, Seattle's Community IXP: 20 Years Strong", Youtube, commentary by TeamNANOG, June 6, 2017, youtu.be/N2ChhZcH2ok - "The answer is much easier than you think. We have the paid engineer Chris as the primary responder, we have a whole team who have been in the industry for more than two decades or more, and who have all worked together in different capacities over the years who are all backups, we all have logical and physical access to the infrastructure, and I think we have had almost no incidents that I can think of where our response time has not been anything other than instantaneous, and that has to do candidly with the people more than the infrastructure. These are all people that we know to be highly reliable, highly responsive, compitent, credible, people that are not just front line NOC, but engineers that can actually get in there and work with peers and participates and vendors as needed. We have honestly had an incredibly good run."

"The task that [Packet Clearing House] PCH was first created to address is the building and support of Internet Exchange Points." - Source: "Packet Clearing House | PCH". January 1995. Web. - "IXPs are the places where Internet Service Providers interconnect their networks, to exchange traffic between their customers and create Internet bandwidth."

August 2018

Vegas has an open peering policy, data of many forms are provided to Vegas on a voluntary basis by research partners, peers, and project participants. Vegas may, at its sole option, anonymize, aggregate, delete, or restrict access to portions of the data, but does not represent that it will do so in any particular case.

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