The Amsterdam Internet Exchange (AMS-IX) is one of the fastest growing Internet Exchanges and present all major Dutch Internet companies and many international ISPs (30 % NL, 70% international) have established connections with AMS-IX. Organizations such as RIPE NCC and NL Domain Registry System have also decided to connect to AMS-IX. As a member in DE-CIX we have an internal agreement between our IXs to exchange specific traffic.
The London Internet Exchange (“LINX”) is a mutually governed Internet exchange point (IXP) that provides peering services and public policy representation to over 500 Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and other network operators.
Netnod IX operates six Internet exchange points (IXPs) in five different cities where Internet operators can connect and exchange traffic. Netnod IX has among the highest amount of traffic per peer in Europe and is fully IPv6 enabled. At the Netnod IXPs, Netnod provides a variety of value adding services such as the RIPE Internet Routing Registry (IRR), slave services for several DNS TLDs and the DNS root server i.root-servers.net.
Serbian Open eXchange (SOX) position is strictly carrier neutral and open for providing services on telco market in Serbia. SOX is one and only commercial Internet Exchange in Belgrade, Serbia.
InterLAN is a normal reaction of the Romanian Internet market. Joining an Internet Exchange has as main goals the acquisition of more peers and on the other hand provides direct access to other partners’ services. InterLAN-IX provides the possibility to have a high traffic volume which cannot be obtained through any other single connection.
RoNIX is a national infrastructure for the interchange of traffic access networks of the main Internet service providers in Romania. Being in continuous development it becomes today a redundant 10Gbps infrastructure of 5 points of presence getting together up to 40 telecom companies from Romania, Bulgaria and Moldova.
Seabone (Telecom Italia) is Sparkle’s IP Transit service: a worldwide Internet backbone providing ISPs, Content Providers and Accelerators with top-performing access to the Global Internet. Seabone (Telecom Italia) ranks among the best in class for worldwide IP backbones, providing state-of-the-art performance and reliability.
RETN (REal Time Network) is a leading international telecommunications provider, which provides a range of global telecommunications services to its own fiber-optic network, including internet transit with any bandwidth to IXP points, rental of communication channels at different speeds, the construction of virtual networks, placement and maintenance of equipment and others.
Cogent Communications is a multinational internet service provider based in the United States. Cogent’s primary services consist of Internet access and data transport, offered on fiber optic, IP data-only network, along with colocation in data centers.
Interoute Communications Ltd, is a privately held telecommunications company, which operates Europe’s largest cloud services platform. Their network extends from Europe to North America, the Middle East and Africa and customers range from international enterprises and global telecommunications operators.
Türk Telekom International(TTI) is a leading telecommunication operator in the CEE region, Turkey, Caucasus, Middle-East and Asia. Türk Telekom International provides a full range of Internet/data services, infrastructure and wholesale voice services to incumbents, alternative carriers, mobile operators, cable TV companies, Internet service providers and corporate customers.
Telepoint is the fully redundant Tier 3+ Carrier Neutral Data Center located in the heart of Sofia on a cross-road of many Bulgarian and International telecom networks. The datacenter provides 24×7 on-site customer support and system monitoring. The customers have 24×7 access to their collocated equipment. Telepoint is ISO:9001 Quality Management System and ISO:27001 Information Security System certified.