While some of the leading cloud platforms offer companies a direct, dedicated connection, most of the cloud and content services still require the Internet for access.
A key consideration to increase network performance to these cloud services is peering, the process by which networks exchange traffic via an internet exchange to cut costs, keep traffic local and increase performance.
Together with the Nordic Internet Exchange Netnod, Interxion have published a briefing paper, explaining how to benefit from peering in today’s shifting connectivity landscape.
This briefing paper will help you understand:
- The benefits of peering and how to get started at an Internet Exchange
- How peering fits into your interconnection strategy
- How Internet Exchange route servers work
- What makes Stockholm and Copenhagen great locations for peering
Download the briefing paper and find out how your business can benefit from peering.