• ASNs
    28
  • Ports
    28
  • Peak (Gb/s)
    34.08
  • Cur (Gb/s)
    22.73
  • Capacity (Gb/s)
    308
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M.Root-Server.net

M.Root-Server.net has been operational since Aug 1997 in Tokyo, JAPAN by WIDE Project. It was the only Root DNS Server operational in the west of the Pacific Ocean until Jan 2002 and large number of DNS servers especially in Asia -Pacific region are sending queries to M-Root.

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News

21 September 2018

From Drawing Board to Production: DCI Implementations - The Final Link

Blog by Tim Vriend, Team Lead Engineering at AMS-IX

Back in 2015, AMS-IX tested a series of DWDM Equipment under the name of Data Centre Interconnect (DCI) from different vendors in an effort to optimize the Core network.

On September 1st 2016, Henk Steenman (CTO at AMS-IX)…

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06 September 2018

Konstantinos Prantzos appointed as AMS-IX NOC manager

AMS-IX has appointed Konstantinos Prantzos as Network Operations Centre (NOC) manager as of September 1st 2018.

Henk Steenman, CTO AMS-IX: “We are really glad that AMS-IX can announce that Konstantinos Prantzos has accepted the position of NOC manager. His technical expertise combined with his managerial capabilities and no-nonsense…

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01 August 2018

To roam or not to roam

Blog by Erik Verhoef, business development manager at AMS-IX

It almost seems a lifetime ago when going on holiday in Europe also meant that you had to pray for decent Wi-Fi at your hotel as you disabled roaming on your smartphone in order to avoid a ‘bill shock’…

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