Netnod's organisaton

Netnod is a non-profit, neutral and independent Internet infrastructure organisation based in Sweden. Netnod is owned by the foundation TU-stiftelsen (Stiftelsen för Telematikens utveckling).

The Netnod Board

The Netnod board decides on Netnod's strategies and provides management with long term goals as well as ensuring that activities are in line with Netnod's overall goals.

The Netnod board approves the annual budget and receives monthly updates on finances as well as activities. The board meets six times a year and is appointed formally by the TU Foundation, however appointments follow the nominations in accordance with the TU Foundation’s commitment to the Internet community. 

> Read more and meet the members in the Netnod board

Netnod staff

The Netnod organisation comprises three main areas: Operations, Research and Development, Engineering and Outreach and Communications.

> Read more and meet Netnod staff members

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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.
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News
15 Mar 2017
Netnod has launched a new digital quarterly newsletter for Netnod customers and partners. The newsletter includes Netnod updates and feature articles about the latest industry developments.

News
9 Mar 2017
Portlane (AS42708) has joined the Netnod Reach partner program to provide remote peering in Sweden. As an official Netnod Reach partner, Portlane can engage clients at any point of presence on its network and resell peering ports to Sweden’s leading Internet Exchange.
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