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About Netnod 

Netnod is a neutral and independent Internet infrastructure organisation based in Stockholm, Sweden. Netnod is owned by the non-profit foundation TU-stiftelsen (Stiftelsen för Telematikens utveckling). We manage the largest IXPs in the Nordics and provide secondary DNS to TLDs, partners and enterprises throughout the world. As a non-profit organisation, we operate, one of the Internet’s 13 root name servers. Read more about Netnod

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18 Jun 2019
Netnod has launched a new route server platform at the Netnod Stockholm and Copenhagen IXes. The new platform provides some significant new features including: support for RPKI, enabling of all standard BGP communities, and a publicly available looking glass.

2 Sep 2019
From 2 September 2019, Netnod will apply a 25% price reduction to 100G connections at
IXes in Sweden and Denmark. Netnod is also pleased to announce that any additional 100G ports at the same IX will be available for a further 25% discount on the new, lower price.
An organisation working at the core of the Internet

About Netnod
Netnod is an active contributor in the Internet community. We see it as part of our mission to work for the "Good of the Internet", and we believe in working together with the Internet community for this purpose.

About Netnod
Netnod is actively involved in the Internet community as part of Netnod’s mission to work for the Good of the Internet. Netnod has built partnerships with many national, regional and international organisations in areas of common interests.