Telx Internet Exchange

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The Telx Internet Exchange (TIE) is a public Internet exchange point in the United States with locations in Atlanta, GA, New York, NY, and Phoenix, AZ. The TIE offers Ethernet connectivity ranging from 1 Gbit/s to multiple 10 Gbit/s links, and participants are able to utilize IPv4 and IPv6 connectivity to other peers. [1]

The TIE is operated by Telx.

Requirements[edit]

Participants of the Telx Internet Exchange (TIE) must:[2]

The Telx Internet Exchange (TIE) is a non-free exchange. Thus, participating members incur setup and recurring fees.

Members[edit]

The following is a list of participants:[3]

TIE Locations[edit]

The TIE is currently available at 6 of Telx's Carrier hotels.[4]

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://tie.telx.com/faq.html
  2. ^ http://tie.telx.com/join.html
  3. ^ http://tie.telx.com/participants/
  4. ^ http://tie.telx.com/