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PAIXPalo Alto Internet Exchange (Palo Alto, CA peering facility)
PAIXPeering and Internet Exchange (various locations)
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Hurricane Electric can also incorporate their data center customers in Fremont and San Jose into the "MetroPAIX" network, giving them direct access to each PAIX and "Peering by PAIX" participant throughout the metro.
PAIX also offers its customer ISPs a choice of telecommunications suppliers, giving them the freedom to negotiate favorable terms.
Switch and Data's PAIX Palo Alto site was the world's first commercial Internet exchange and has long been the leading site for Asian networks to peer traffic with U.
The advantage PAIX has over the others, says AboveNet is that it is not owned by a major phone company and therefore can operate in a more open fashion, without the emphasis on selling lines from one company.
To implement this strategy in the United States, PAIX has utilized its MetroPAIX infrastructure, which is now available in four cities.
This enhancement to our PAIX Internet Exchange should enable our customers to improve their performance and deliver accurate insights to facilitate their peering relationships.
This collaborative effort with LAAP is an extremely important step in our Los Angeles deployment, and improves the overall peering environment there," said Shelly Fishman, VP of Sales Marketing and Business Development at PAIX.
Carriers and ITSPs are now able to simply connect to Kayote's hosted VoIP Traffic Manager via existing or new PAIX peering ports.
And, as PAIX establishes new "Peering by PAIX" alliances throughout the LA area, participants will be able to exchange traffic with ISPs, content providers and enterprise customers across the entire Layer 2 fabric.
We have extended our fiber optic network to PAIX, making them one of our core points of presence in the San Francisco Bay Area.
By joining the PAIX VoIP Exchange, XO will be able to exchange VoIP traffic directly with other PAIX VoIP Exchange members without relying on traditional telephone networks.