14 April 2021
AMS-IX, deXes, SURF, the Amsterdam Economic Board and the University of Amsterdam have begun to develop the new Amsterdam Data Exchange (AMdEX): a neutral, non-commercial, digital infrastructure, which will allow participants to share data in a controlled and secure way under their own terms and conditions.
8 April 2021
AMS-IX has reached a new traffic milestone. Yesterday evening around 22:00 PM AMS-IX measured a traffic peak of 10,012 Terabit per second.
22 March 2021
AMS-IX and Sify announced the expansion of their footprint of internet exchanges in India. The new interconnection hubs are going to be situated in Kolkata, Noida, Hyderabad and Chennai.
17 March 2021
AMS-IX, NBIP, ISPConnect, Cyberveilig Nederland, BTG, DHPA, FCA, DINL and DDA have launched “Digitaal is de Toekomst”
16 March 2021
The world’s largest Internet Exchanges (IXs) AMS-IX, DE-CIX, LINX, and Netnod have joined forces with the newly founded Route Server Support Foundation (RSSF) to tackle the lack of open source software suitable for high-end mission critical Route Server deployments. The ultimate goal of the cooperation is the improvement of the BGP software diversity and the strengthening of open source BGP implementations.
5 March 2021
Last week Euro-IX and AMS-IX organised their first webinar of 2021. This time the focus was all on the pandemic. How did Internet exchanges cope with the effects of the pandemic locally? And what are the lessons learned?
TeleGeography Deep Dives invite experts and enthusiasts to spend a morning (or afternoon) digging into telecom topics.
Euro-IX and AMS-IX are resuming their webinar series of the overarching theme: Is the Internet broken?