Private peering is performed across a shared network called an Internet Exchange Point (IX or IXP). Through an Internet Exchange, you can connect to many other peers using one or more physical connections,
Remote peering means peering without a physical presence at the local exchange point. This can be done because FX-IX partners have already connected their network to FD-IX peering platforms in various locations…
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FD-IX announces extended presence in Ohio FD-IX announces 9 new Ohio Locations
[Indianapolis Indiana, December 2021] Fiber Data Internet Exchange (FD-IX) announces nine new locations in the state of Ohio.
FD-IX is excited to announce nine new locations in the State of Ohio
Justin Wilson of FD-IX says “Expanded service in Ohio has been on our plate for a while now”. Wilson goes on to say, “With the expansion of other peering in the state we wanted to step up and provide a robust peering fabric across the entire state. ““With these additional locations, and future plans, FD-IX is staged to become a regional peering fabric across Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, Indiana, and Illinois.” Says Wilson
The primary role of an Internet Exchange Point (IXP) is to keep local Internet traffic within local infrastructure and to reduce costs associated with traffic exchange between Internet Service Providers (ISPs)… Learn More