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. It integrates Netnod’s established Malmö IX with the former COPHIX exchange, which interconnects Interxion Copenhagen and Global Connect sites in Copenhagen.
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:
- The best access to the Nordic, Russian, and Baltic markets through Netnod's unique routes
- Peering opportunities with some of the world’s largest transit providers and content delivery networks
- Optimized 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.