I get what your saying, but to work out the cost, I need to know what are the
best parents to connect to in regards to number of cabinets served, both by the
parent and any slaves. As this tells me how many exchanges I will need to
factor the cost of access locate in. And which areas are the best top target
for initial launch etc.
From the list I already have, which is only partial from a supplier trying to
sell a NGA interconnect product that all is not even and some parents have a
lot more children than others, obviously this makes it a better bet to
concentrate o the parents with the most children/connected cabinets but need to
know how many is worth connecting to.
> On 14 Feb 2018, at 15:49, Neil J. McRae <n...@domino.org> wrote:
> Can I suggest another way of
> thinking about this- work from right to left in how many customers you have
> to hit to make a location valid then multiply by the number of locations.
> Where they are from a case point of view is probably of limited value.
> Sent from my iPhone
>> On 14 Feb 2018, at 15:44, Jospeh Waite <joeli...@tm.net.uk> wrote:
>> Hi Guys
>> I am wondering if anyone has a copy of the BT NGA parent/child exchange
>> We are working on a potential business plan for a NGA network, but need to
>> know how many connections we need to make to be able to cover the areas we
>> Off-list replies would be fine.