Colocation

This is the list of colocation providers in Stockholm, Copenhagen, Malmö and Göteborg.

Stockholm

Netnod is present at the major data centre providers in Stockholm: Digiplex, Equinix, Glesys, Interxion and KN7. Connecting to Netnod in Stockholm is possible from any location in Stockholm, but as Netnod is present at these locations, it is by far the easiest and fastest way to connect.

Netnod still includes the cost of the fibres to any address in Stockholm. Providers looking to connect to Netnod in Stockholm therefore have a free choice of which colocation provider to choose. 

Digiplex
Smedbyvägen 6  
194 30 Upplands Väsby 
www.digiplex.com/contact

Equinix

Phone:+46 8 799 38 00
Email: se.info@telecity.com
www.equinix.co.uk

Glesys

Phone: +46 200 2 388 00
Email: sales@glesys.se
https://glesys.se/colocation 

Interxion

Phone: +46 8 594 640 50
Email: sweden@interxion.com
www.interxion.com/se/ 

KN7

Phone: +46 8 508 30 200
Email: info@stokab.se
www.stokab.se

 

COMIX

Netnod is present at the following datacentres in Copenhagen and Malmö: 

GlobalConnect
Phone: +45 7730 3000
Email: salesinfo@globalconnect.dk
www.globalconnect.net

Interxion
Phone: +45 44 82 23 00
Email:  dk.info@interxion.com
www.interxion.com/dk/

Västergatan 4
Email: kundtjanst@excellent-hosting.se
www.excellent-hosting.se

 

Gothenburg

There are a few colocation providers in Gothenburg, some which are listed below. Netnod is not present at, or have a contract with any of these colocation providers. 

Gotanet
Phone: +46 7018 095 25
Email: mats.lager@gotanet.se

Gothnet
Phone:+ 46 31 62 60 00
Email: sales@gothnet.se

IP-Only 
Phone: +46 73 121 11 44
Email: patrik.sintorn@ip-only.se

Phonera Networks AB
Phone: +46 7048 372 29 or +46 8 500 030 25
Email: claes.bjorkengren@phonera.se

PIN Sweden AB
Email: support@pin.se
Phone: +46 31 748 07 00

Tripnet AB 
Phone: +46 31 725 25 00

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Technical information on Netnod IXP's

About Netnod
These are the basic facts and information about peering with Netnod. (ASN 8674).

IX
Netnod operates route servers at the Stockholm IX as well as the Netnod COMIX exchange point (Copenhagen-Malmö). A route server facilitates the administration of peering arrangements for networks present at an exchange point. By connecting to the route server, you can replace some, or all of your separate BGP sessions to your peers, with one single session towards the route server.

IX
Here are example configurations that illustrates a router connected to both of the VLANs on the STH-B switch. The VLAN ids will be different for other Netnod IX's. The examples are only examples and will most likely need to be adopted to your environment and platform.

IX
Transport network suppliers and fibre suppliers for connecting in Göteborg, Malmö and Sundsvall.

IX
Here we answer some of the most common questions about peering, IXPs and Netnod IX.
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