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How to move towards 100G without breaking the bank
Kaj Kjellgren, M. Sc.2020.11.25
The Internet industry continues to see exponential traffic growth with technologies enabling increased bandwidth and high performance continually dropping in price. With these drivers, we are seeing more and more networks preparing the move to 100G connections. In this blogpost, Kaj Kellgren, Senior Network Architect at Netnod, takes us through some of the key issues in this transition.
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How a distributed IX improves interconnectivity
Christian Lindholm2020.09.14
Internet exchanges have grown far beyond a single, standalone switch across which ISPs could exchange traffic. Modern Internet Exchange (IX) infrastructure enables many  types of networks to connect from multiple points of presence and seamlessly exchange traffic. Today, Content Delivery Networks, ISPs, hosting providers, cloud operators and Enterprise networks all benefit from exchanging traffic at an IX.
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Summer reading - Netnod Q1 and Q2 roundup
Johanna Eriksson2020.07.06
Whether you will be getting away from the house or enjoying a staycation, we hope you enjoy this selection of Netnod blogposts from the first half of the year. So far in 2020, we have published blog articles covering IX developments and peering tips, best practice for DNS services, IPv6 deployment in Sweden, and how to ensure accurate and secure time services. 
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How Copenhagen became a peering hotspot
Martin Eriksson2020.06.16
In the last few years, traffic levels have soared in Copenhagen. In this blogpost, we will take a look at some of the factors driving this increase. First, we will consider the wider developments transforming Denmark into one of Europe’s new digital capitals.
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qandA
Lars-Johan Liman2020.05.28
As an early adopter and advocate of IPv6 deployment, Netnod has been operating IPv6-enabled infrastructure for more than a decade. Netnod’s Internet Exchange has been fully IPv6 enabled since 2008. This month marks ten years since IPv6 was deployed across Netnod’s DNSNODE service and at the I-root instances that we operate. With this anniversary in mind, we asked Mirjam Kühne and Marco Hogewoning from the RIPE NCC to let us know how they see IPv6 deployment progressing in Sweden.
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State of the Internet in Sweden 2020-03-24 16:00
Patrik "paf" Fältström2020.03.24
In this blog, we try to assess the health of the Swedish Internet during this crisis. We aim to mitigate the generation of fake news and rumours. This is the information we at Netnod currently know about.
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State of the Internet in Sweden 2020-03-23 16:00
Patrik "paf" Fältström2020.03.23
In this blog, we try to assess the health of the Swedish Internet during this crisis. We aim to mitigate the generation of fake news and rumours. This is the information we at Netnod currently know about.
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State of the Internet in Sweden 2020-03-22 16:00
Patrik "paf" Fältström2020.03.22
In this blog, we try to assess the health of the Swedish Internet during this crisis. We aim to mitigate the generation of fake news and rumours. This is the information we at Netnod currently know about.
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State of the Internet in Sweden 2020-03-21 16:00
Patrik "paf" Fältström2020.03.21
In this blog, we try to assess the health of the Swedish Internet during this crisis. We aim to mitigate the generation of fake news and rumours. This is the information we at Netnod currently know about.
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State of the Internet in Sweden 2020-03-20 16:00
Patrik "paf" Fältström2020.03.20
In this blog, we try to assess the health of the Swedish Internet during this crisis. We aim to mitigate the generation of fake news and rumours. This is the information we at Netnod currently know about.