Netnod IX Copenhagen
Netnod’s Copenhagen IX has on-net locations in both Copenhagen and Malmö using a distributed IX infrastructure enabling networks present on either side of the bridge to peer seamlessly with each other. In addition to the fibres running on both sides of the Öresund bridge, Netnod also uses a separate sea cable path for added redundancy. We have a metro access service that allows networks that are not present on the IX to transport traffic between sites in Copenhagen and Malmö using multiple, redundant paths. Netnod IX Copenhagen is the fastest growing IX in the region with more than 50 networks exchanging 350 Gbps peak traffic.
As a prime entry point to the biggest and busiest Internet Exchange in northern Europe, Netnod IX Copenhagen offers you:
- Access to 80% of Europe’s GDP within just 30ms 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
- 25% discount on consecutive ports at 100GE
- Shaped ports enabling you to connect to a 10GE or 100GE port but only pay for the capacity you need
Netnod IXs are layer 2 services built on Gigabit Ethernet (GE) technology.
Netnod IX Copenhagen provides single or dual (fully redundant) connections at: 1GE, 10GE, 100GE, and 400GE.
Connection options at Netnod IX Copenhagen include: public peering, private peering, single or dual ports, shaped ports, a Remote IX service connecting you to other Netnod IXes, and point-to-point transport within Copenhagen or between Copenhagen and other Nordic cities.
Netnod IX Copenhagen provides a Metro Access service to optimise point-to-point interconnections between data centres and other networks in Copenhagen/Malmo. Metro Access offers point-to-point transport at 10GE or 100GE and can be provisioned quickly. .
Netnod’s WDM Transport service provides point-to-point interconnection at 10GE or 100GE between Copenhagen and other cities in the Nordics. Connections are available immediately to major data centres across the Nordics, and there is a fully provisioned service for local access.
More information about Netnod’s Transport Service 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.