Netnod IX Copenhagen, the biggest Internet Exchange (IX) in the region, has surpassed 350 Gbps peak traffic. The IX hit this record as traffic increased sharply at the start of 2021 following a steady increase over 2020.
In a recent blogpost, we looked at some of the factors that have made Copenhagen into a peering hotspot. The blogpost is available here.
New networks joining the Copenhagen IX before May 2021 can benefit from a free remote connection to the Netnod IX Stockholm. More information on this special offer is available here.
More information about the Netnod IX Copenhagen is available here.
To discuss how peering at the Netnod IX Copenhagen can help your network, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Netnod provides critical infrastructure support ranging from interconnection services and Internet Exchanges to time services, DNS services and root server operations. With a worldwide reputation for its services and the expertise of its staff, Netnod ensures a stable and secure Internet for the Nordics and beyond. Established in 1996 as a neutral and independent Internet infrastructure organisation, Netnod is fully owned by the non-profit foundation TU-stiftelsen (Stiftelsen för Telematikens utveckling). More information is available at: www.netnod.se