Digital Telecom Internet Exchange

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Digital Telecom Internet Exchange
Abbreviation DTEL-IX
Founded 2009
Location  Ukraine, Kiev
Website link (English)
Members 136 As of April 2017
Ports >200
Peers 136 As of April 2017
Peak 520 Gbit/s As of March 2017
Daily (avg.) 400-500 Gbit/s As of March 2017

Digital Telecom Internet Exchange ("DTEL-IX") is an Internet exchange point (IXP) situated in Kiev, Ukraine. It was founded in 2009 to help establish peering for Ukrainian and international operators. This IXP currently has 132 members,[1] with a maximum throughput of 520 Gbit/s. Around 30000 routes for 20000 networks are available on route-servers.

History[edit]

  • Founded in 2009 and built its first POP in Newtelco Ukraine DC
  • Started operations in BeMobile DC in February 2017 providing physical and virtual cross-connection services inside own meet-me-room.
  • As of April 2017 DTEL-IX has connected the first commercial customer with 100GE interface.

DTEL-IX Services[edit]

  • Public peering via route servers with both IPv4 and IPv6;
  • Private peering in public VLAN;
  • Private peering in private VLANs;
  • Colocation;
  • Multicast exchange
  • Physical Cross Connects in BeMobile DC

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Our members [Our Members]. dtel-ix.net. Retrieved 12 March 2017. 

External links[edit]