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New PoPs, new functionalities, catching up virtually, and 1,000 connected networks


August is the peak holiday season in Europe, and even though a lot of our colleagues have been on holidays, there has still been a lot going on from India to the US, and of course, online. Read on!

We hosted the first of our virtual summer round tables in August for peers in Hamburg and Dusseldorf. Thank you to everyone who joined us and we hope you found the presentations helpful and enjoyed your beering kits! We also released a beta version of IPFIX Export for Frankfurt. You can now use your own programs to analyse data flow activity on your physical network access. We are working on bringing this functionality to the other exchanges as well. 

We celebrated 1,000 connected networks in Frankfurt, and a new peak in Marseille: the first time the exchange crossed the magical 100 Gbps threshold. And in our interview with GasLINE's Managing Director Wolfram Rinner, you can read about the visionary early days of the Internet, and how the company is bringing the outlying regions in Germany online. 

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Keeping the pioneering spirit alive


In our interview with GasLINE’s Managing Director, Wolfram Rinner explains how bringing the outlying regions online for the modern Internet and connecting them to the world through DE-CIX still has the energy and spirit of the visionary early days of the Internet. 
Read the interview.

DE-CIX Frankfurt: 1,000 connected networks 

After a series of records in Frankfurt, we have now connected the 1,000th network. A new milestone to be celebrated! Find out more.

New PoP in NTT Global Data Centers’ Frankfurt 1 data center


We are happy to announce that we have expanded our existing presence within the NTT Global Data Centers' Frankfurt 1 data center due to the increasing demand for interconnection services. Find out more.

DE-CIX Dallas: New enabled site


We have established a new point of presence at the Carrier-1 data center in Dallas, one of the largest data centers in North Texas. DE-CIX is the first Internet Exchange available in Carrier-1’s fully-managed data center. Read more.

Getting things done in Mumbai


In July, we were pleased to announce a new PoP in Mumbai at Sify Technologies. Getting the connection established with the new data center was a big undertaking – and in the end, even the Head of Sales was needed to help the engineering team to make sure everything was ready on time. Find out more.

IPFIX Export now available at DE-CIX Frankfurt 

At DE-CIX Frankfurt, IP Flow Information (IPFIX) Export is now available as a beta version. The functionality allows you to access information about data flow activity on your physical network access, and to run the data in your own programs. If you are a customer in Frankfurt, log into the customer portal for all the information. For others, you can find out more here.

Available IPv6 routes shown on connected customer lists

We have updated the pages for connected networks at each location on our website, and now also show the number of available IPv6 routes at the route servers. Find out more.

How to start peering at DE-CIX now available in German


Our guidelines on how to start peering at DE-CIX are now available also in German. Learn how to get your access up and running, how to configure your route server peering, verify settings, set up direct peering (direct BGP sessions), and how to monitor your traffic. Download the guidelines.

For customers, the guidelines are available for download in the DE-CIX customer portal. 

Connecting via a transport partner to DE-CIX in North America


In North America, you can access the DE-CIX Apollon platform via transport partners. Download this white paper to learn more about how this works, and the benefits of connecting to an Internet Exchange via a transport partner.
Download the white paper now.

For customers, the white paper is available for download in the DE-CIX customer portal.

Last of the virtual summer round tables


Our first virtual round tables already took place in August, but we have another three events planned in September. Register now to hear updates on DE-CIX, and to discuss interconnection topics with your peers. The Round Table events are in German. If you would like to know more about our exchanges in Germany, and to network with your peers in English, register for our Virtual Round Table held in English on 17 September. 

Virtual European Peering Forum


Held online 14-16 September, the Virtual EPF provides the peering community an opportunity to share information and experiences. The main focus of this forum is to help you to meet and to successfully establish new peers, as well as extending existing peering arrangements. Register now.
New traffic record! DE-CIX Marseille reached a new all-time traffic peak of 104 Gigabits per second. This was the first time we have crossed the 100 Gbps threshold at the exchange. Read more.

Frankfurt

Alanyhq Networks Limited, as41255
Amadeus Data Processing GmbH, as12888
Appliwave, as200780
AS213151 LLC, as213151
BORDONARO IT GmbH & Co. KG, as212779
Canadian Internet Registration Authority, as27299
China Broadband Communications, as131314
Daniel Telecomunicações, as263073
Eaí Telecomunicacoes Ltda, as61599
Energie AG Oberösterreich Telekom GmbH, as49808
Global Village GmbH, as13039
IP2TEL - YES COMMUNICATIONS, as61573
Kurlec Wireless (PTY) Ltd, as328320
NetX Networks a.s., as213395
Optage Inc., as17511
RealTV GmbH, as207327
RSM Freilassing, as201962
TCA Internet, as53137
Twilio Germany GmbH, as394434
Viettel, as7552

Hamburg

Appliwave, as200780

Munich

Appliwave, as200780
Energie AG Oberösterreich Telekom GmbH, as49808
RSM Freilassing, as201962

Dusseldorf

Appliwave, as200780
area-7 IT-Services GmbH, as202592
Thüga SmartService GmbH, as198726

New York

Daniel Telecomunicações, as263073
Eaí Telecomunicacoes Ltda, as61599
EdgeUno Inc., as7195
GLOBE Development GmbH, as12470
Mob Telecom, as28598
Staclar Carrier Ltd., as34854
TCA Internet, as53137
Videotron US Inc., as5769
Vox Telecom, as11845

Dallas

AW Broadband, as63296
NOLA Broadband, Inc, as22462
Marseille
Staclar Carrier Ltd., as34854

Madrid

Staclar Carrier Ltd., as34854
TAO BAO HONGKONG LIMITED, as24429
Lisbon
Staclar Carrier Ltd., as34854

Dubai

GB21 (HONG KONG) LIMITED, as58453

Mumbai

Alliance Broadband Services Pvt Ltd, as23860
Catla IT & Engineering Co Pvt Ltd, as59174
LightYears Broadband Pvt Ltd, as135844
Omnet infratech Pvt Ltd, as140122
Paradise Telecom Pvt Ltd, as136284
PC care Airway Infratel Pvt Ltd, as137135
SG.GS Pte Ltd., as24482
Smartlink Solutions Pvt Ltd, as134331
Supersonic Broadband Pvt Ltd, as134886
Telegram Messenger Inc, as44907
V Net Networks Pvt Ltd, as132956
Wefe Technology pvt. Ltd, as133695
DE-CIX Virtual Round Table Munich, 3 September
Future Internet: Build your own broadband Internet, 8 September, Fürth
DE-CIX Virtual Round Table Frankfurt, 10 September
Capacity Middle East, 14-16 September, online event
European Peering Forum, 14-16 September, online event
DE-CIX Virtual Round Table (in English), 17 September
Global Women in Telco and Tech, 29 September
Future Internet: Build your own broadband Internet, 8 October, Leverkusen
 
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