Grand Hotel Sitea
Via Carlo Alberto 35
Provincia di Torino 'Palazzo Cisterna' Via Maria Vittoria 12 10123 Turin, Italy
Identification of problems/issues within IXPs
Ristorante Locanda da Betty
Via Bogino 17/e - 10123 Turin
By Wim van Campen Technical Sales Director
IP traffic is continuing to increase across both private networks as well as the public Internet. This is forcing networks like those found at Internet Exchanges (IX) to dramatically scale the backbone.
This application demands a next-generation, scalable, high-performance Ethernet platform. Last generation platforms optimised for 10/100Mbps connections to GE trunks just don't live up to the needs of these networks. What's needed now is a platform that supports lots of GE connections to 10GE trunks. What's needed is a 10x improvement in performance and scalability over these last generation platforms and Force10 is the only company delivering that level of improvement today.
We are a passionately innovative company focused on enabling our customers to scale their networks to the next level, and are very happy to be the sponsor of the second Euro-IX Forum.
LA SMARRITA - Grande Ristorante in Torino
Via Cesare Battisti 17, 10123 Torino
Kicking the tyres of colocation - beyond the brouchureware
Many facilities profess to have redundant systems in place to meet the customer expectations of providing a true N+1 environment. Start reading behind the lines of the brochure and not all what it seems! Redbus Interhouse takes you beyond the brochure and points at the pitfalls the customers really miss.
This workshop will update members on the current status of IPv6 at AMS-IX, call to the members to ask if they have anything to discuss on this topic of IPv6 and a discussion on the issue of IPv6 address space for IXPs.
Piazza Castello, Via Cesare Battisti
Input from Kurtis Lindqvist Migrating from old to new technology, pricing various services, and handling customer contacts.
An investigation into what makes a IXP attractive for a carrier, and what do Carriers feel that IXPs should be doing in the future!