An Internet Exchange (IX) or Internet Exchange Point is a connection point where Internet service providers (ISPs) and other network operators exchange traffic with each other. Some of the advantages of connecting to an IX include:
By connecting to an IX, the number of hops between networks is reduced, reducing latency and increasing speed.
By reducing traffic sent through transit providers, connectivity costs can be reduced.
By being present at a neutral point, a network can easily connect to other networks that are also present.
Connecting to IXPlay is an easy, quick and straightforward process thanks to its multiple points of presence and the simplicity of its connection processes.
We offer both direct and remote connectivity options through your locations or partners. If you wish to connect, you can review the list of available locations to find the one closest to you.
If none of the options are suitable for your connectivity needs, you can contact us for assistance in identifying the best way to connect.
It is necessary to have a public IP address duly registered in one of the Regional Internet Registries (RIR).
This IP address will allow the Internet Service Provider (ISP) or peering company to establish a connection to the IX and participate in the exchange of traffic in an efficient and secure manner.