Netnod IX Copenhagen
With distributed Internet Exchange (IX) infrastructure and connection points in Copenhagen and Malmö, Netnod IX Copenhagen bridges the Internet markets of Denmark and Sweden over a high-speed, redundant fibre connection that spans the Öresund bridge.
Netnod IX Copenhagen is a prime entry point to the biggest and busiest Internet Exchange in northern Europe. As the fastest growing IX in the region, Netnod IX Copenhagen offers you:
- Access to 80% of Europe’s GDP within just 30 MS roundtrip
- Peering opportunities with some of the world’s largest transit providers and content delivery networks
- Optimised speed, routing control and paths to your peers
- Reduced latency, transit costs and no backhaul for local traffic
- A robust and resilient exchange with industry-leading redundancy
- 40% volume discounts on consecutive ports of the highest speed (currently 100GE)
Netnod IXs are layer 2 services built on Gigabit Ethernet (GE) technology.
At Netnod IX Copenhagen we offer single or dual (fully redundant) connections at: 1GE, 10GE, and 100GE.
Connection options at Netnod IX Copenhagen include: public peering, private peering, remote peering, single or dual ports, and interconnection across all layers of Netnod’s Optical IX infrastructure.
A next generation Optical IX platform
Netnod IX Copenhagen also provides a range of Optical IX services to optimise point-to-point interconnections between data centres and other networks. These connections offer point-to-point transport at 10GE or 100GE between Netnod on-net locations across the physical layer (L1).
More information about these Optical IX services is available here.
Netnod is a carrier and data centre neutral exchange point. There is a rich mix of Nordic and international ISPs, Telcos and Content Delivery Networks peering at Netnod IX Copenhagen. A full list of connected networks is available here.