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Our core business is operating Internet eXchange Points (IXP) and the local Internet development as well as very high-speed networks.

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  • IXP: Critical interconnection point in 2019?

    IXP: Critical interconnection point in 2019?

    According to Cisco, the annual IP datacenter traffic will globally reach 10.4 Zb in 2019, including 8.6 Zb generated by the only Cloud services.

     

     

     

     

  • LyonIX: Lyon Congress Centre optic fiber, Wi-Fi and 4G infrastructure…

    LyonIX: Lyon Congress Centre optic fiber, Wi-Fi and 4G infrastructure…

    Pierre Col, Marketing Director at Antidot, a software publisher specialised in search engines and information access solutions, analyses and comments on the Internet infrastructure evolution.

     

  • When the State told you that Internet had no future...

    When the State told you that Internet had no future...

    Philippe Silberzahn, professor at EMLYON Business School and researcher associated with the Ecole Polytechnique, published an article on the errors of Thery report 1994 "Information highways". In this article Silberzahn reveals the errors of this report focusing on the future of information highways and the Internet role.

     

  • Is It Really Worth Peering at IXPs?

    Is It Really Worth Peering at IXPs?

    Roberto di Lallo, Italian computer scientist at Roma Tre University, made a research on the importance of IXPs, Internet eXchange Points and their effects on the latency of networks. IXPs are infrastructures used by Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to exchange traffic between their Autonomous Systems (ASes).

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