PARIS, June 4, 2012 /CNW/ - France-IX, the internet exchange point based
in Paris and Marseille in France, launches the white paper on peering
during the NANOG 55 in Vancouver.
What is the peering situation in France? On which internet exchange
point should I get connected to access as many peers as possible? What
is the level of services provided? What to expect in the near future
for the peer community in France?
Here are several questions that come to mind to internet players from
all over the world when trying to understand the situation in France.
>From the outside, France might indeed look puzzling. It doesn't have
to be that way.
The white paper on peering in France is the ultimate guide to your
connection at the center of Europe, shedding a light on:
The history of peering in France
The current infrastructures in place and their business models
The peers that can be found
The outlooks in terms of growth and innovation
The white paper is addressed to any entity owning an Autonomous System
Number (ASN) which wants to peer with both French and international
operators, ISPs, online media and so on.
France-IX's team is also currently participating in the North American
Operator Network Group (NANOG) in Vancouver, Canada. Meet our
France IX is the latest generation IXP based in France which offers
Unicast and Multicast IPv4/IPv6 public peering, private peering (Closed
User Groups), routes servers and a reseller program through various
connection ports: 100 Mbps copper, 200Mbpbs (copper or optical), 1000
Mbps copper, 1 Gbps SX or LX, 2 Gbps and 10 Gbps LR.
Download the white paper: http://bit.ly/y7KQ90
Website : http://www.franceix.net
SOURCE France IX
For further information:
visit the website http://www.franceix.net or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Press contact: Solène Souquet,email@example.com, +33-(0)6-25-27-01-19