Category Archives: Internet Exchange Operator
It has been announced that US Signal has joined the Console NSP Partner Program. The move will enable US Signal to provide customers access to Console, the enterprise software and interconnection platform that is changing the way businesses directly connect to their customers, vendors, and partners. US Signal has long been the largest Midwest network, data center and cloud provider, and now with access to the Console software and interconnection platform, they can provide a faster, more secure way for companies across the globe to directly connect to business-critical cloud providers such as Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform, as well as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) providers and partners.
Internet network hijacking, Internet congestion and Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are on the rise, causing major concerns for today’s enterprises. Hackers are getting faster and smarter every day, with Akamai reporting a 117 percent rise in DDoS attacks between 2014 and 2015. With Cisco predicting global Internet traffic will surpass the two zettabyte threshold in 2019, our networks are also bursting at the seams.
Speakers Invited to Submit Proposals for the October 5-7 Conference in Montréal, Quebec Canada
Ann Arbor, MI, July 15, 2015 – The North American Network Operators’ Group (NANOG) is pleased to announce the Call for Presentations (CFP) for NANOG 65, hosted by Torix, taking place at the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth in Montréal, Quebec, October 5-7, 2015.
AMS-IX New York to Use Sabey Data Centers’ IGX Networks to Provide Extended Cross Connects in Manhattan
New York, May 13, 2015 – Sabey Data Centers, one of the nation’s largest privately-owned multi-tenant data center owners and developers, and AMS-IX (Amsterdam Internet Exchange), one of the world’s leading Internet exchange operators, announced today that AMS-IX New York will use Sabey’s IGX Networks to provide extended cross connects (ECCs) from 375 Pearl Street to both 60 Hudson Street and 32 Avenue of the Americas in Manhattan.
Reaches Customer Milestones and Improves NYC Peering Landscape With Highest-QualityInterconnection and Neutrality.
NEW YORK, NY – May 12, 2015 – DE-CIX New York, the fastest-growing Internet exchange in the New York/New Jersey metro area, celebrates its first year of operations with rapid customer growth and a successful distributed model for stronger customer choice.
Completes Mediterranean Trifecta With New Location at the Crossroads of Terrestrial Internet Traffic Lines From the Mediterranean, Africa, Middle East and Asia
Frankfurt/Main – May 11, 2015 – DE-CIX, the world’s leading Internet exchange operator, announces today that the company will open an Internet exchange in Istanbul, Turkey, to provide a neutral interconnection and peering point for Internet service providers from Turkey, Iran, the Caucasus region and the Middle East. DE-CIX Istanbul will start out with one location and expand over time to multiple data centers across the metropolitan area. The exchange will be an essential part of the Internet ecosystem in the region.
With the World Bank recording Turkey’s 2013 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) at more than US$ 800 billion, the country’s economy has been growing rapidly from the early 2000s. Turkey itself has a large domestic Internet market, including over 470 Internet providers. More than 46 percent of the Turkish population are Internet users themselves, according to the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), and they generate large volumes of content with national and regional importance. Internet user numbers in-country are growing by 25 percent each year, with consumption via mobile devices leading the way.
Across the region, new terrestrial cable builds such as AMEER (Alternative Middle East European Route), GBI North, JADI (Jeddah-Amman-Damascus-Istanbul) and RCN (Regional Cable Network), are all designed to provide connectivity to Middle Eastern markets and have landing points in Istanbul. While some of those systems suffer from outages due to political instability in the region, they are designed to provide connectivity to and from the Middle East that is diverse to the existing subsea cable infrastructure.
“Istanbul is already a hub for finance, logistics and transport. Like we’ve experienced in Frankfurt, Internet infrastructure follows these developments,” confirms Harald A. Summa, DE-CIX CEO. “The need has grown tremendously to interconnect the critical traffic streams that travel from other regions through Istanbul and bring them closer to their destinations. Content, cloud, gaming and other providers will meet the eyeball networks halfway at this new exchange.”
As global Internet traffic volumes continue to increase, the role of interconnection and peering becomes more important. Peering at an Internet exchange allows for more direct paths, with traffic delivered with lower latency and cost. DE-CIX recently announced new Internet exchanges in Palermo, Italy, and Marseille, France; Istanbul will be its third exchange along the border of the Mediterranean Sea. All three new exchanges are expected to open in Q3 2015.
For more information on DE-CIX, please visit www.de-cix.net.
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DE-CIX provides premium Internet exchange (IX) services and operates several carrier-neutral and independent Internet exchanges internationally. Founded in 1995, DE-CIX has established an environment for the bilateral settlement-free exchange of Internet traffic, called peering. The company serves 700+ carriers, ISPs and content networks from 60+ countries, including all leading international players in Frankfurt (Germany), New York (USA), Dubai (UAE), Palermo (Italy), Marseille (France), Hamburg (Germany) and Munich (Germany). With 4.0+ Terabits per second of peak traffic, DE-CIX Frankfurt is the world’s leading Internet exchange. DE-CIX is your one-stop-shop for Peering, Interconnection and additional IX services. For more information, please visit www.de-cix.net.
For DE-CIX media inquiries, please contact:
Christine Keck +1 301-801-4414