NEW YORK, December 14, 2020 – Telehouse America, the global leader for data centers, international internet exchanges, and managed IT services announced their New York NYIIX International Peering Exchange has achieved a tremendous milestone by exceeding 1 tera bits per second (Tbps)in peak traffic. The peak occurred on November 23, 2020. This milestone solidifies NYIIX as one of the largest and most successful Peering Exchanges in the US, and the largest Peering Exchange on the East Coast.
While Peering Exchanges are how countless ISPs, businesses, and nonprofits gain fast ad cost-efficient data transmission across the globe, they’re not all created equal. Their success and efficacy are determined by their connections to large numbers of peering members and the activity and traffic of said members. Telehouse NYIIX surpassing the important milestone of 1 Tbps in peak traffic demonstrates why it is one of the IXP leaders in the US.
Telehouse NYIIX delivers a single platform to Carriers, Internet Service Providers, Contents Providers, Gaming Providers, Educational Institutions, Cloud Providers and Enterprises to reduce operational costs, and improve network performance and resilience. With this milestone NYIIX shows its reach, partnership growth, use, and efficacy for countless businesses and organizations. All of which have vital data transmission needs across the US and the globe. This has never been more important than in the time of a global pandemic where data exchange and transmissions are scaling up and becoming more vital in an evolving internet landscape.
With recent expansions and upgrades to one of the main NYIIX hubs housed at Telehouse’s 85 10th ave locations, NYIIX is able to allow any of its current or future customers the ability to activate or scale multiple 100G ports for high traffic applications across a massive network of peering routes.
However, Telehouse NYIIX peering service is not limited to its POP locations. NYIIX peering service can be available via numerous NYIIX resellers from various geographic locations such as North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Middle East.
Carriers, Internet Service Providers, Content Providers, Gaming Providers and Enterprises
Telehouse first established the NYIIX International Peering Exchange in 1996 to serve the east coast business epicenters of New York and New Jersey. Since then, they’ve developed one of the largest and most active memberships of any International Peering Exchange in the US. Telehouse America and NYIIX, VP Internet Engineering, Akio Sugeno spoke about the importance of this milestone and how it supports the varied needs of business and organizations in the US operating locally and globally.
“Our mission with Telehouse NYIIX has always been to provide unparalleled connectivity, data transmission, speed, and cost reduction for every businesses and organizations connecting across the US or the globe,” said Akio. “Reaching this milestone of 1 Tbps in peak traffic is proof that we’re meeting that need and fulfilling our mission to be the leader in IXP in the US.”
Telehouse owns and operates 40+ Data Centers across the globe and is home to some of the largest International Peering Exchanges in the world. NYIIX POPs are located in New York, New Jersey, Los Angeles and Philadelphia, which are all open IXPs meaning that colocation with Telehouse is not a requirement to join.
To explore the benefits of Telehouse NYIIX exchanges and see why countless members and partners peer with them, visit https://www.nyiix.net/
Content Resource: Newswire