21 Oct 2020
Are you new to peering and want some quick tips and tricks? Check out our new 6 minute peering webinar!
26 Aug 2020
Interconnecting southwest Sweden since 1998
5 Aug 2020
Stockholm 12 May 2020 - Telia Carrier, operating the world’s No. 1 ranked Internet backbone, has partnered with Netnod, the leading provider of interconnection services in the Nordics, to provide customers with remote peering connections. As a Netnod Reach partner, Telia Carrier can connect customers from any point in its global network enabling remote peering at Netnod IXes throughout the Nordics.
11 May 2020
Telia Carrier are the backbone of the internet – and a whole lot more. With the world’s #1 Internet backbone, we connect end-users to content and enterprises to the cloud - in fact, our IP customer routes account for more than half of the Internet routing table.
28 Apr 2020
The regional IX for mid-Sweden
26 Mar 2020
25 Mar 2020
Recently, we have seen changes in Internet traffic patterns across the Netnod Internet Exchange (IX). We expect that traffic may continue to increase as people and companies across the region adapt to the current situation.
21 Jan 2020
Shaped ports enable you to connect to a 10GE, 100G or 400GE port but to only use the capacity that you need. This means that once you have set up the connection, you only pay for what you require. As your needs evolve, you can easily upgrade. No need for extra cross connects, configuration or unusual optics. Just the capacity you need, when you need it. Shaped ports are available at all Netnod Internet Exchanges.
13 Jan 2020
If you are looking to interconnect in the Nordics and expand your reach, Netnod have the most flexible range of connection options. For 2020, we have even more ways to help grow your network and save money.
7 Nov 2019
Using the latest technology to offer unprecedented capacity and accommodate future traffic growth, 400GE ports set to become an industry game-changer
23 Sep 2019
The company “GlobalNet” is an international backbone operator. The GlobalNet infrastructure includes its own communication lines in Moscow – St.-Petersburg – Helsinki – Stockholm – Amsterdam – Frankfurt - Paris – London – New York.
26 Aug 2019