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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.



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



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



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

Connected at CoreSite SV1 - San Jose, CA facility.



02 March 2018

A simple and robust solution for protecting critical infrastructures against DDoS attacks

Blog by Henk Steenman, CTO AMS-IX

In a digitally connected country such as the Netherlands, Internet connectivity is essential to consumers as well as the business community. As Technical Director of the AMS-IX (Amsterdam Internet Exchange), I find it unacceptable that the recent DDoS attacks of late January…

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26 February 2018

Increasing demand for 100GE ports and record GRX peak traffic

2017 was an eventful year for AMS-IX. We expanded our footprint in the Amsterdam Metro area by adding two new POP’s. Internationally, we expanded to India by launching an Internet Exchange in Mumbai. With this latest addition, AMS-IX is now running seven Internet Exchanges around the world, connecting over…

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22 February 2018

Stepping up the game in Amsterdam: Doubling the backbone capacity in only 4 hours

Blog by Stavros Konstantaras, Network Engineer at AMS-IX

How long does it take for an organisation to expand the capacity of the backbone links in order to respond to fast bandwidth growth? How much work is involved to complete such a task? In this blog, we will…

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