Steering committee member for Digital Centre


The Internet and all its applications have almost become part of our senses these days. Many of us feel the need to be online 24 hours a day, to be interconnected with friends, family, colleagues and customers, or with the world at large. This interconnectivity of people is fed by the interconnectivity of the networks they are using, which is the main purpose of Amsterdam Internet Exchange (AMS-IX).

Established in the early 1990s as a not-for-profit organisation, AMS-IX is a neutral and independent internet exchange based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Now interconnecting hundreds of networks by offering professional IP exchange services, also called peering services. Peering enables these connected networks to offer stable, fast and cost-effective internet services to their end-users and business customers. Peering is what makes the internet robust and resilient – a network of networks all linked together.


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Blog: Free data roaming is a boon — and not just to your phone bill

door opening into binary dataIf you’ve been on holiday in Europe this summer, you were probably a lot less shocked by your phone bill when you returned. You can thank the EU for that. Earlier this year, new rules capped data roaming charges at just €0.05/MB above your home tariff. Read more…

Blog: Real-time online bidding is the future. Connectivity is now

As a stock trading firm you operate in a very volatile market. You have to immediately respond to what you see and make the right choice at the right time. You completely rely on accurate and real-time data. And then the network connectivity is lost… Bye bye profit. Read more…

Video: AMS-IX Community Talk: A2B Internet, anti-DDoS approach

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