• ASNs
    28
  • Ports
    28
  • Peak (Gb/s)
    32.01
  • Cur (Gb/s)
    19.41
  • Capacity (Gb/s)
    318
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Latest members & customers

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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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FireNet

FireNet is an Sydney-based ISP who delivers custom-made solutions to business customers only. 

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Salesforce

Salesforce is an American cloud computing company headquartered in San Francisco. 

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Google

Google is an American multinational technology company specializing in Internet-related services and products.

Connected at CoreSite SV1 - San Jose, CA facility.

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News

06 July 2018

Google Global Cache nodes upgraded to accommodate future growth

Google is YouTube, Google search, Maps, Photos, G Suite, Google Cloud platform and much more… These apps generate data and demand connectivity at all times at the fingertips of billions of people. But does this traffic gets managed efficiently and cost-effectively? The recent upgrade of the Google Global Cache node

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04 June 2018

AMS-IX will decommission New York

AMS-IX has decided to decommission the New York location by the end of Q3, 2018.

In April 2014, AMS-IX USA Inc. opened the AMS-IX New York Internet Exchange. Part of our current strategy is to evaluate our existing locations, services and products.

As a result of the evaluation…

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18 April 2018

ISO 27001 certification: demonstrating our lead in information security

Blog by Aris Lambrianidis, Information Security Manager at AMS-IX

Last month, AMS-IX received ISO 27001:2013 certification which specifically deals with information security. This certification instantly makes it clear to everyone that AMS-IX has a well-rounded, highly systematic approach to information security. Internet Exchange Providers are not well understood…

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