Talk:Deutscher Commercial Internet Exchange
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Origin of Euro-IX
I wanna add the information which was removed from article to the talk page for further discussion (if required):
- What was listed before:
"In May 2001, DE-CIX was one out of a number of Internet Exchange Points who founded Euro-IX, at that time the only organization who started to develop, strengthen and improve the Internet Exchange Point (IXP) community."
- As of today 2015, Euro-IX (read this one maybe before: List of Internet exchange points, take a look at the "IX-F region: IX-F region with which the IXP is associated") engaged IXP communities around the globe including: Asian Pacific Internet Exchange Association, Latin American and Caribbean Internet Exchange Association, Af-IX (African Internt Exchange Association) and founded IX-F Internet eXchange Federation (see: IX-F structure) starting from November 2012. But of course it can also be removed from the article.
- Of course, information on Euro-IX website cannot be trusted: https://www.euro-ix.net/about-euro-ix/ I'll guess the problem is more that the guys at DE-CIX, Euro-IX and all other IXPs are just to busy to keep the internet running rather than updating the Wikipedia article :)