IX Reach is expanding its partnership with AMS-IX into India to bring robust and resilient connectivity into AMS-IX’s Internet Exchange in Mumbai.
This new partnership will enable customers to access a remote peering solution at the AMS-IX India exchange from any one of IX Reach’s 170+ points of presence (PoPs) without needing to invest in their own equipment in India.
Simon Vye, CEO at IX Reach, said: “Our customers will be able to peer in India - a region with growing interest and popularity - and hand off their traffic much closer to eyeballs, therefore saving money on transit costs and also improving quality of their connection.”
Jesse Robbers, CCO of AMS-IX comments: “Since last summer we see a great uptake in terms of port capacity, traffic and amount of connected parties varying between national and international content players, different eyeball networks and CDN parties in India.”
Connecting via a single port in any one of IX Reach’s 170+ PoPs allows customers unlimited and direct access to AMS-IX India, all its Internet Exchange partners, SDN Cloud Connect partners, and transport connectivity services.