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Old 02-18-2009, 02:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I haven't seen a good diagram in a couple of years that shows RIM's NOC locations. I know there is an srp entry for many different countries, depending on where you locate your BES, but how does using srp.us.blackberry.net change how your data traffic flows from BB to BES/mail server when compared to using srp.nz.blackberry.net (for example)? Is there a NOC associated with each of the many srp choices or does it all ultimately funnel back through a small set of NOCs?

I simply couldn't find anything recent & useful via Google on this topic...

I appreciate any insight!
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