Join the largest IXP in Northern Europe

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Connect to the largest IXP in the Nordics with the highest traffic per peer in Europe.
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Netnod IX Helsinki is operated by the leading provider of interconnection services in the Nordics. Exchange local traffic and easy expand to other peers across the Nordics.
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Netnod, the leading Internet Exchange (IX) in the Nordics, operates the Netnod IX Gothenburg, the best place for networks in the southwest of Sweden to exchange traffic.
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Netnod, the leading Internet Exchange in the Nordics, operates the Netnod IX Sundsvall. Local networks can connect at either Sundsvall or Gävle and peer directly with networks at both locations.
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Netnod, the leading Internet Exchange in the Nordics, operates the Netnod IX Luleå, the best place for networks in the northern Nordics to exchange traffic.
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Power up your port at no additional cost! Peer across all Netnod Internet Exchanges with just one port.
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Shaped ports are a cost-effective way to peer and ensure simple upgrades as your needs evolve.

Make IX upgrades work for your network

Netnod Reach
Your one-stop shop for remote peering
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Peering allows multiple networks to connect and exchange traffic. Find out how peering helps cut costs and increase the resilience, speed and performance of networks. This peering overview explains the different types of peering arrangements and what you need to do to get started.
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An Internet Exchange Point (IXP) is where networks connect and exchange traffic. Find out more about who can benefit from an IXP, how networks typically connect, and the technical details of how an IXP works.
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Any company doing digital business needs an IT strategy that ensures network security, reach and performance. Interconnection plays a key role here. The right interconnection strategy grows your network, saves costs and provides the flexibility to scale and guarantee high-performing services.
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