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AMS-IX Opens Internet Exchange in the New York Market

AMS-IX (Amsterdam Internet Exchange) today announced plans to create an exchange spanning four data centers in New York and New Jersey. The move reflects growing momentum for Open-IX, the movement to spread the European model for exchanging traffic between major networks. Read More

LINX to Open Exchange in Ashburn With Dupont Fabros

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The London Internet Exchange and Dupont Fabros Technology have entered into an agreement to build a member-operated exchange in Ashburn. The rise of Open-IX and the European model continues stateside, with LINX now having a presence in the heart of Northern Virginia Data Center Country. Read More

German Internet Exchange DE-CIX Enters NY Market

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The European Invasion of internet exchanges continues, as Germany’s DE-CIX is bringing its open Internet exchange to New York City. This follow London’s LINX recent move in bringing its open exchange to northern Virginia. The European model is picking up steam stateside, bolstered by the recent Open-IX movement. Read More

Open Internet Exchange Movement Organizing

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Open IX is a movement to bring the European approach to internet exchanges to the U.S. The group is seeking to change the way networks connect with one another, and hoping it will reduce the cost of the physical connections that tie the Internet together. Read More

Report: The Internet Runs (Mostly) on a Handshake

The network connections that tie the Internet together continue to function smoothly through a process that operates largely without contracts, according to a new report on Internet traffic exchanges by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Read More

CoreSite Connects US Data Centers to DE-CIX Exchange

CoreSite (COR) will provide direct access to Germany’s DE-CIX peering exchange from multiple CoreSite locations across the U.S. The move strengthen’s CoreSite’s Open Internet Exchange Hub, which aggregates interconnection capabilities of the world’s leading internet exchanges. Read More

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