02 Sep 19

Netnod reduces price for 100G IX ports

Stockholm, Sweden - 2 September 2019 - Netnod, the leading provider of interconnection services in the Nordics, today announced significant price reductions for 100G ports at its Internet Exchanges (IXes) across Sweden and Denmark.

From 2 September 2019, Netnod will apply a 25% price reduction to 100G connections at IXes in Sweden and Denmark. Netnod is also pleased to announce that any additional 100G ports at the same IX will be available for a further 25% discount on the new, lower price.

“As the leading provider of interconnection services in the Nordics, we are pleased to offer our customers these 100G price reductions,” said Martin Eriksson, Head of Sales and Marketing, Netnod. “As ever, our goal is to provide flexible interconnection services that scale with your business, help grow your network and save you time and money.”

Full details of Netnod’s updated IX pricing is available here.

The reduction in price for 100G ports follows Netnod’s launch of the new VLAN service enabling customers with a port at one IX to peer across any other Netnod IX. This is an extremely cost-effective way for networks to expand their reach with no additional equipment or cross-connection costs. Available immediately to any customer with an IX port, the VLAN service provides full peering opportunities at any of the Netnod IXes, including peering with the route server.

For enquiries, please contact:
Martin Eriksson
Head of Sales and Marketing
+46 (0)8 562 860 00

About Netnod
Netnod provides critical infrastructure support ranging from interconnection services and Internet Exchanges to DNS services, root server operations and activities for the good of the Internet. With a worldwide reputation for its services and the expertise of its staff, Netnod ensures a stable and secure Internet for the Nordics and beyond.

Established in 1996 as a neutral and independent Internet infrastructure organisation, Netnod is fully owned by the non-profit foundation TU-stiftelsen (Stiftelsen för Telematikens utveckling). More information is available at: www.netnod.se