01 Oct 18

Peer into the future of internet connectivity

Peer into the future of internet connectivity

The world is becoming more connected.

As more businesses come to rely on cloud services, there is an ever-growing need for high-performing and resilient network connections. 

A key consideration here is peering, the process by which networks exchange traffic to cut costs, keep traffic local and increase performance. 


Netnod and Interxion have published a briefing paper that explains the role of peering in today’s shifting connectivity landscape. The briefing paper covers:

  • the benefits of peering and how to get started at an Internet Exchange 
  • the role of peering as part of your interconnection strategy 
  • the difference between private and public peering  
  • how Internet Exchange route servers work 
  • what makes Stockholm and Copenhagen such good locations for peering  

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