Connect to Netnod completely free with IX Reach
21/08/14 London, UK
By connecting to the IX Reach network, customers can experience all of the benefits of peering, without the need for costly hardware or lengthy set up times. The network provides low-latency, reliable and robust connections across the globe and is the ideal way to expand your network reach in a fraction of the time.
“There has never been a better time to connect to Netnod”, commented Nurani Nimpuno, Head of Outreach and Communications at Netnod. “By partnering with IX Reach, we are able to offer connectivity at a fraction of the normal cost, allowing you to expand your network in minimal time and cost effectively.”
Netnod is the Scandinavian gateway into Europe for Russian and Baltic ISPs; the Swedish IXP offers peering opportunities to some of the largest transit and hosting providers into the European marketplace.
The offer is based on a 24 month contract, of which the port will remain completely free for the entirety; at the end of the first 12 months, capacity will be charged at the standard rate of €100 MRC for the remaining 12 months. This offer is due to expire on 30th September 2014.
For more information regarding this fantastic offer, contact your IX Reach representative, or alternatively, visit www.ixreach.com.
About IX Reach
IX Reach is the global #1 reseller for Internet Exchange Points and a leading provider of wholesale carrier solutions such as, IX remote peering, low latency global high-speed point-to-point and multipoint capacity, metro and DWDM in major cities, enterprise business IP, BGP transit, cloud connectivity solutions and colocation.
The IX Reach platform enables carriers, ISPs, and content providers of all sizes to quickly and easily increase their network footprint without the need to invest heavily in their own infrastructure or increase resources.
Discover new markets and endless possibilities with IX Reach. For more information, visit www.ixreach.com
Netnod is a non-profit, neutral and independent Internet infrastructure organisation based in Sweden. Netnod operates five Internet exchange points (IXPs) in different cities in Sweden, as well as one IXP in Copenhagen, where Internet operators can connect and exchange traffic (peer). The Netnod IXP has among the highest amount of traffic per peer in Europe and is fully IPv6 enabled.
Netnod also manages a variety of DNS services. Netnod provides anycast services to TLDs worldwide from more than 50 sites around the world.
Netnod is also the proud operator of i.root-servers.net, one of the 13 logical DNS root name servers in the world. This service is provided as a public service to the Internet community at-large, as part of Netnod’s goal to work for the Good of the Internet.