AMS-IX

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AMS-IXAmsterdam Internet Exchange (also seen as AMSIX)
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The agreement was signed by Batelco chief global business officer Adel Al Daylami and AMS-IX chief executive Peter Van Burgel in the presence of senior executives from both companies, in Batelco's Paddock Club lounge, at the Bahrain International Circuit, during the F1 event on March 30.
The agreement was signed by Batelco chief global business officer Adel Al-Daylami and AMS-IX CEO Peter Van Burgel in the presence of senior executives from both companies, in Batelco's Paddock Club lounge, at the Bahrain International Circuit, during the F1 event on March 30.
Al Daylami said that Batelco is very pleased to sign with AMS-IX to support Batelco's efforts to contribute toward the development and enhancement of internet services across the region, interconnecting regional internet providers andoperators, localizing and retaining regional traffic and ultimately enhancing user experience.
On the occasion of the agreement, Amr Eid, Chief Commercial Officer of GBI, said: "Joining the AMS-IX Partner Program allows us to provide more enhanced capabilities to our customers in the Middle East region who are seeking efficient interconnectivity options and better network infrastructure expansion.''
By joining the AMS-IX Partner Program, GBI is certified to offer the AMS-IX service remotely and provide its customers with increased peering benefits.
Equinix Inc (Nasdaq:EQIX), a provider of global data centre services, announced on Tuesday a significant expansion of its operational relationship with the Amsterdam Internet Exchange (AMS-IX),a large single metro area Internet exchange.
The index of the Amsterdam Internet Exchange (AMS-IX), one of the largest Internet exchanges worldwide, has broken the data transfer speed record of 1 Terabit per second.
Parti-cipating companies include Europe's biggest Internet exchange--the Amsterdam Internet Exchange (AMS-IX)--plus connectivity specialists such as BT, KPN Broadcast and Interxion, broadcast service providers such as Dutchview, Team Facilities and InVision Subtitling, and delivery specialists such as Jet-Stream and Parkpost.
To cope with the surging appetite for bandwidth and todayEoACAOs 24/7 Internet culture, the Amsterdam Internet Exchange (AMS-IX), one of the worldEoACAOs largest Internet Exchange Points (IXPs), has doubled its network capacity by deploying new BrocadeEeA MLXe Core Routers (see separate press release) as part of a core infrastructure upgrade.
In 1996 SARA was also selected as one of the four locations for housing and support of the Amsterdam Internet Exchange (AMS-IX), one of the biggest Internet Exchange Points in Europe.
Amsterdam, Netherlands-based IP traffic exchange platform AMS-IX is now able to publicly publish its own connectivity performance, the company said.