The cost of connectivity is different in countries in
pipes going in are so small that getting data from outside the
the quality drop substantially. For these countries a conventional
argument is wrong.
In many of those countries end-user points are often connected by
satellites, so no local caches would help. Unless, of course, we'd
have our own satellite :)
Having some servers in countries like Kyrgyzstan will
difference from a dependency point of view.
That will add yet another cluster to manage, what proved to be
painful by french experiment.
And amount of work required per page view would be 1000x bigger than
Of course, I'm talking like a lazy tech here, but still we can't
allow luxury of reaching into every ISP in every developing country.
Domas Mituzas -- http://dammit.lt/