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Euro-IX April Newsletter
2nd April 2014
The latest Euro-IX newsletter has been sent to our members and patrons. To read it, click here
Internet Revealed, now in Italian
Internet Revealed, now in Czech
Internet Revealed, a film about IXPs is now available in Czech, thanks to our colleagues at NIX.CZ.
Internet Revealed, now in Russian
Internet Revealed, a film about IXPs is now available in Russian, thanks to our colleagues at MSK-IX.
New face of Euro-IX
A lot has changed since Euro-IX was born and we needed a brand refresh to express those changes. Our new brand will help us communicate on both the global dimension and the community spirit of Euro-IX; reflecting openness, modernity and dynamism while retaining the trustworthy image of our association.
TPIX joins Euro-IX
Welcome to TPIX (Telecomunikacja Polska Internet Exchange), our new member from Poland. For more information about TPIX, visit - http://www.tpix.pl/
Internet Revealed, now in Arabic
Internet Revealed, a film about IXPs is now available in Arabic, thanks to our colleagues at DE-CIX.
The 23rd Euro-IX Forum will take place in Helsinki, Finland from October 27th to 29th 2013 and will be hosted by FICIX.
More details about this event will be available on the website soon.
On 17th July 2013, Euro-IX signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with The Internet Society (ISOC). This new partnership has been received with great enthusiasm from our members. Both parties recognize their shared interest in:
- Developing Internet exchange points (IXPs) and Internet connectivity
- Sharing knowledge and data on best practices to assist in the development of IXP’s, while encouraging local communities of interest able to maintain and sustain IXPs
- Sharing information on IXP governance best practices
- Sharing the importance of building local technical expertise through mentoring and training
- Promoting IXP’s as an essential element of the Internet ecosystem
As a result both parties will collaborate, as appropriate, based on the following principles:
- Each party will regularly update the other on activities of mutual interest
- Each party will involve the other in projects of mutual interest
- Activities will be defined and agreed in writing beforehand, all collaboration is voluntary by both parties
- Respect for each parties independence is recognized and activities will be undertaken in the spirit of partnering to build Internet infrastructure and to extend the benefit of the Internet to all stakeholders
The 2012 Euro-IX Report on European Internet Exchanges can be found here: Euro-IX IXP Report 2012
Euro-IX Position Statement on the Review of the ITRs
Amsterdam, The Netherlands 18 October 2012
In December 2012, the World Conference on International Telecommunications will consider a review of the International Telecommunication Regulations. As some proposed amendments may have a negative impact on the future of the Internet, the Euro-IX Board (Executive Committee) has prepared a Position Statement. The statement lists the points which are considered important to ensure the open, competitive and innovative nature of the Internet in the future. The Euro-IX Board has encouraged the members of Euro-IX to talk to their Government representatives and share the position statement with them and also with the members (customers, participants) of the exchange point.
The position statement can be found here.
IXP traffic during European Championships 2012
The European Football Championships is the third most watched sporting event in the world (after the World Cup and the Olympics). Euro 2012 took place in Poland and Ukraine from 8 June, so we teamed up with RIPE NCC to report some findings –
Euro-IX Membership is IPV6 ready, are you?
Euro-IX members are IPv6 ready, the full press release can be found here
Latest Euro-IX affiliates
The are currently 72 IXPs that are affiliated to Euro-IX, including 40 from Europe and 32 from the rest of the world.
A warm welcome to our newest members:
- KOSIX (Kosovo)
- UAE-IX (United Arabic Emirates)
- CyrusOne (United States)
- TunIXP (Tunisa)
- KINIX (Congo) twin with NETNOD
- ZIXP (Zambia) twin with LINX
- NAPAfrica (South Africa)
- OTTIX (Canada)
- TORIX (Canada)
- IX-Australia (which operates 5 Internet Exchange Points, namely: QLD-IX, NSW-IX, SA-IX, VIC-IX, WAIX)