List of Internet exchange points

List of Internet exchange points

This is a list of Internet exchange points. Some of the entries in the list represent IXPs whereas some represent organizations that operate one or more IXPs.

Africa

*Angola
** [http://www.angola-ixp.ao/ Angola Internet Exchange] (ANG-IX)
*Botswana
**Botswana Internet Exchange (BINX)
* Egypt
** Cairo Internet Exchange (CR-IX)
** Middle East Internet Exchange (MEIX)
* Ghana
** Ghana Internet Exchange (GIX)
* Kenya
** Kenya Internet Exchange
* Mozambique
** Mozambique Internet Exchange (MOZ-IX) [http://www.mozix.org.mz/english/index.htm Official website]
* Nigeria
** Internet Exchange Point of Nigeria (IXPN), Lagos [http://www.nixp.net/ Official website]
** Ibadan Internet Exchange (IBIX), Ibadan [http://www.ib-ix.net/ Official website]
* South Africa
** Cape Town Internet Exchange (CINX), Cape Town
** Johannesburg Internet Exchange (JINX), Johannesburg, [http://www.ispa.org.za/jinx/ Official web site]
** The Hub Project, Cape Town
** Grahamstown Internet Exchange (GINX), Grahamstown, [http://ginx.org.za/ Official web site]
* Tanzania
** Tanzania Internet eXchange (TIX), Dar es Salaam, [http://www.tix.or.tz/ Official website]
* Uganda
** Uganda Internet Exchange Point (UiXP) [http://www.uixp.co.ug/ Official website]
* Zimbabwe
** Zimbabwe Internet Exchange (ZINX) [http://www.zispa.org.zw/zinx.htm Official website]

Asia

* Bangladesh
** Bangladesh Internet Exchange, [http://www.bdix.net Official Site] , (BDIX), Dhaka
* China
** Shanghai City Exchange, Shanghai
** Shanghai Internet Exchange Center, Shanghai
** TerraMark
* Hong Kong
** Hong Kong Internet Exchange, [http://www.hkix.net/ Official Site] , (HKIX)
* Indonesia
** National Inter Connection Exchange (NICE)
** Indonesia Internet Exchange (IIX)
** Biznet Internet Exchange (BIX) [http://www.biznetnetworks.com/ site] , Jakarta
** Napsindo International Internet Exchange (NAIIX)
* India
** India Internet Exchange (IN-IX)
* Japan
** Japan Network Access Point (JPNAP)
** JPNAP Osaka
** JPNAP6
** JPIX
** DIX-IE (NSPIXP2)
** NSPIXP-6
* Korea
** DACOM IX
** KINX
** Korean Internet Exchange (KIX)
* Malaysia
** Asia Internet Exchange Network Access Point Malaysia (ARIX)
** Kuala Lumpur Internet Exchange, Kuala Lumpur
** Malaysia Internet Exchange (MyIX)
* Nepal
** Nepal Internet Exchange (npIX), Kathmandu
* Philippines
** Manila Internet Exchange, Manila
** Philippine Internet Exchange (PhIX)
** Philippine Common Routing Exchange (PHNET CORE)
** Vitro Internet Exchange (VIX), Pasig City
* Singapore
** Singapore Open eXchange,(SOX) [http://www.sox.net.sg Official Site]
* Taiwan
** Taiwan Network Access Point (TWNAP)
** TWIX
* Thailand [ [http://internet.nectec.or.th NECTEC-IIR] ]
** CAT Telecom National Internet Exchange by CAT (CAT-NIX)
** TOT National Internet Exchange by TOT (TOT-NIX)
** True Internet Gateway National Internet Exchange (TIG-NIX)
** Advance Datanetwork Communication National Internet Exchange (ADC-NIX)
** CS Loxinfo National Internet Exchange (CSL-NIX)
** TT&T Global Network National Internet Exchange (TTGN-NIX)
** NECTEC IIR Public Internet Exchange (NECTEC-PIE, Research Only)
* Vietnam
** FPT
** HANOITELECOM
** SAIGONPOSTEL
** VietNam Internet eXchange(VNIX)
** VNPT
** VP TELECOM
** VIETTEL
* Uzbekistan
** Tashkent Internet Exchange, (TAS-IX) [http://tas-ix.uz Official Site]

Europe

Most major European IXPs are organized in the European Internet Exchange Association (Euro-IX) [http://www.euro-ix.net EURO-IX website] .

* Austria
** Vienna Internet Exchange (VIX), Vienna
* Belgium
** Belgian National Internet Exchange (BNIX), Brussels
** Free Belgian Internet Exchange (FreeBIX), Brussels
* Bulgaria
** SIX
** Varna Internet Exchange
* Croatia
** Croatian Internet Exchange (CIX)
* Cyprus
** Cyprus Internet Exchange (CyIX)
* Czech Republic
** Neutral Internet Exchange of the Czech Republic (NIX.CZ), Prague
* Denmark
** Danish Internet Exchange Point (DIX), Kongens Lyngby
* Estonia
** Tallinn Internet Exchange (TIX), Tallinn
** Tallinn Internet Exchange (2) (TLLIX), Tallinn
* Finland
** Finnish Communication and Internet Exchange (FICIX), Helsinki, Espoo, Oulu
** Tampere Region Exchange (TREX), Tampere
* France
** Paris metropolitan area
*** French National Internet Exchange IPv6 (FNIX6), Paris
*** Metropolitan Area Ethernet (MAE), Paris
*** Mix Internet Exchange and Transit (MIXT), Paris
*** Paris Internet Exchange (PARIX), Paris
*** Paris Operators for Universal Internet Exchange (POUIX), Paris
*** Service for French Internet Exchange (SFINX), Paris
*** Free Internet Exchange (FreeIX), Paris
*** Paris NAP (PaNAP), Paris
** Out of Paris
*** EuroGIX, Alsace
*** Grenoble Network Initiative (GNI), Grenoble
*** Lyon Internet Exchange (Lyonix), Lyon
*** Marseille Internet eXchange (MAIX), Marseille
*** PhibIX, Saint-Etienne
* Germany
** Berlin Commercial Internet Exchange (BCIX), Berlin
** German Internet Exchange (DE-CIX), Frankfurt
** European Commercial Internet Exchange (ECIX), Berlin / Düsseldorf
** Frankfurt Internet Exchange (F-IX), Frankfurt
** Frankfurt Network Access Point (fraNAP), Frankfurt
** INXS Hamburg (INXS HBG), Hamburg
** WorkIX Hamburg (WORKIX), Hamburg
** INXS Munich (INXS MUC), Munich
** Kleyer Rebstöcker InternetExchange (KleyReX), Frankfurt
** MAE Frankfurt, Frankfurt
** Metropolitan Area Network Darmstadt (MANDA), Darmstadt
** Munich Commercial Internet Exchange (M-CIX), Munich
** Nürnberger Internet Exchange (N-IX), Nuremberg
* Greece
** Athens Internet Exchange (AIX), Athens
* Hungary
** Budapest Internet Exchange (BIX), Budapest
* Iceland
** Reykjavík Internet Exchange (RIX), Reykjavík
* Ireland
** Internet Neutral Exchange (INEX), Dublin
* Italy
** Milan Internet Exchange (MIX) [http://www.mix-it.net/] , Milan
** Nautilus Mediterranean Exchange Point (NaMeX) [http://www.namex.it/] , Rome
** Torino Piemonte Exchange Point (TOPIX) [http://www.topix.it/] , Turin
** Tuscany Internet Exchange (TIX) [http://www.tix.it/] , Florence
* Kazakhstan
** Kazakhstan Internet Exchange (Kaz-IX), Almaty
** [http://www.kaz-ix.kz/]
* Latvia
** Latvian Internet Exchange (LIX), Riga
** Riga Internet Exchange (RIX), Riga
* Luxembourg
** Luxembourg Internet Exchange (LIX), Luxembourg
* Malta
** Malta Internet Exchange (MIX Malta), Msida

*Netherlands
**Amsterdam Internet Exchange (AMS-IX), Amsterdam [https://prefix.pch.net/applications/ixpdir/ Internet Exchange Directory] . Packet Clearing House. Retrieved on 2008-09-17.]
**Netherlands Internet Exchange (NL-ix), Amsterdam and other locations
**Nederlands-Duitse Internet Exchange (NDIX), Enschede
**Groningen Internet Exchange (GN-IX), Groningen
**Friese Internet Exchange (FR-IX), Leeuwarden
**XchangePoint Amsterdam IPP, Amsterdam
**Den Haag Internet Exchange, The Hague
**Rotterdam Internet eXchange (R-iX), Rotterdam

* Norway
** Norwegian Internet Exchange (NIX), Oslo
* Poland
** Polish Internet Exchange (PL-IX), Warsaw
** Warsaw Internet Exchange (WIX), Warsaw
* Portugal
** GIGAbit Portuguese Internet Exchange (GIGAPIX), Lisbon [http://www.gigapix.pt Official website]
* Romania
** Romanian Network for Internet Exchange (RoNIX), Bucharest
** Interlan Internet Exchange (Interlan), Bucharest [http://www.interlan.ro/ Official website]
*Russia
** Chelyabinsk Peering Point Ural, Chelyabinsk, created around 2001 [http://forum.surnet.ru/viewtopic.php?t=788] , stalled on around 2004 [http://www.chelyabinsk.ru/news/507.html]
** Moscow Internet Exchange (MSK-IX), Moscow
** NSK-IX, Novosibirsk
** Samara Internet Exchange (Samara-IX), Samara
** [http://provider.energo.ru/prer/ww9.html North-West Internet Exchange] (NW-IX), Saint Petersburg
** Saint Petersburg Internet Exchange (SPB-IX), Saint Petersburg
** Ural IX, Ekaterinburg Fact|date=February 2007
* Slovakia
** Slovak Internet Exchange (SIX), Bratislava
* Slovenia
** Slovenian Internet Exchange (SIX), Ljubljana [http://www.arnes.si/izmenjava.htm]
* Spain
** Catalunya Neutral Internet Exchange (CATNIX), [SlBarcelona
** Nap de las Americas (TERREMARK), Madrid
** España Internet Exchange (ESPANIX), Madrid
** Galicia Neutral Internet Exchange (GALNIX), Santiago de Compostela
** Punto Neutro Vasco (EuskoNIX), Donostia
* Sweden
** Netnod Internet Exchange i Sverige (Netnod), Stockholm, Göteborg, Malmö, Sundsvall, Luleå
** GIX, Göteborg
** SOL-IX, Stockholm
** STHIX, Stockholm
** NorrNod, Umeå
* Switzerland
** CERN Internet Exchange Point (CIXP), Geneva
** Swiss Internet Exchange (SWISSIX), Zürich
** Telehouse Internet Exchange (TIX), Zürich
* Turkey
** Turkish Information Exchange (TURNET)
* Ukraine
** Ukrainian Internet Exchange Network (UA-IX) [http://www.ua-ix.net.ua/ site] , Kyiv
** Leontovicha 9 IX (L9-IX) [AS34189, http://www.robtex.com/as/as34189.html] , Kyiv
** Donetsk Internet Exchange Point (EUNIC-IX) [http://www.ix.dn.ua// site] , Donetsk
** Kharkov Internet Exchange (KH-IX) [http://www.kh-ix.net/ site] , Kharkov
** Kherson Internet Exchange (IX.ks.ua) [http://www.ix.ks.ua/ site] , Kherson
** Odessa Internet Exchange (OD-IX) [http://od-ix.net/ site] , Odessa
** Odessa, ODeX Ltd (ODeX) [http://www.odex.net.ua/ site] , Odessa
** Zaporozhye Internet Exchange (ZPIX) [AS30777, http://www.robtex.com/as/as30777.html] , Zaporozhye
* United Kingdom
** London Internet Exchange (LINX) [http://www.linx.net/ site] , London
** London Internet Providers Exchange (LIPEX) [http://www.lipex.net/ site] , London
** London Network Access Point (LONAP) [http://www.lonap.net/ site] , London
** Manchester Network Access Point (MaNAP) [http://www.manap.net/ site] , Manchester
** Manchester Commercial Internet Exchange (mcix) [http://www.mcix.co.uk/ site] , Manchester
** Meridian Gate Internet Exchange (MERIEX), London
** Packet Exchange, London [http://www.packetexchange.net/ Official website]
** Redbus Internet Exchange (RBIEX), London
** Sovereign House Exchange (SovEx), London (dead)
** xChangepoint, London (acquired by Packet Exchange)

Middle East

* Israel
** Israeli Internet Exchange (IIX) [http://www.isoc.org.il/iix/ site]
* Egypt
** Cairo Internet Exchange (CAIX)
** Middle East Internet Exchange (MEIX)

* United Arab Emirates
** EMIX (Emirates Internet exchange) [ [http://www.emix.net.ae/ EMIX (Emirates Internet exchange)] ] [ [http://www.etisalat.ae/index.jsp?lang=en&type=content&currentid=10c8e15c0b56a010VgnVCM1000000a0a0a0a____&contentid=e97d823f50dbb010VgnVCM1000000c24a8c0RCRD&parentid=fa58800d1f52a010VgnVCM1000000a0a0a0a____ Etisalat - UAE Internet bandwidth crosses 7.5 Gbit/s with capacity of 49 STM1 links] ] [ [http://www.ameinfo.com/31299.html AME Info - Etisalat installs Middle East's first Root Name Server] ] [ [http://www.khaleejtimes.com/Displayarticle.asp?section=business&xfile=data/business/2003/november/business_november379.xml Khaleej Times - Etisalat and ISC install Middle East's first Root Name Server] ]

Oceania

* Australia
** Equinix, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane
** PIPE Networks, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Hobart, Canberra
** AUSIX, Melbourne
** Brisbane Internet Exchange (BIX), Brisbane (dead)
** Lismore Internet Exchange (LIX), Lismore
** MEL BONE, Melbourne (dead)
** Melbourne NAPette, Melbourne
** Newcastle Internet Exchange (NIX), Newcastle (dead)
** South Australian Internet Exchange (SAIX), Adelaide (dead)
** Sydney Internet Exchange (SIX), Sydney (dead)
** Victorian Internet Exchange (VIX), Victoria
** Western Australian Internet Exchange (WAIX), Perth
** Wollongong Internet Exchange (WIX), Wollongong (dead)
* New Zealand
** Wellington Internet Exchange (WIX), Wellington
** Neutral New Zealand Internet Exchange (NZIX)
** Auckland Peering Exchange (APE), Auckland

Entries above marked "dead" were part of the failed AUSBONE or appear to have faded from view.

North America

* Canada
** BC Internet Exchange (BCIX)
** Ottawa Internet Exchange (Ottix)
** Quebec Internet Exchange (QIX)
** Toronto Internet Exchange (TorIX)

* United States
** AADS - AT&T NAP Chicago, Illinois
** Any2 - Any2 Exchange - Los Angeles, One Wilshire Building
** TIE - Telx Internet Exchange
***Atlanta
***Phoenix
** Big APE - Big Apple Peering Exchange New York City, New York
** Boston MXP
** ChIX - Chicago Internet eXchange
** Equinix Internet Exchanges
** HIX - Hawaii Internet eXchange
** LAIIX
** MAE-Central
** MAE-East
** MAE-West
** Northern Lights Local Exchange Point (NLLXP) - Minneapolis, Minnesota
** NAP of the Americas (NOTA) - Terremark - Miami, Florida
** NWAX - Portland
** NYIIX
** SFMIX - San Francisco
** SIX - Seattle
** Switch and Data's Peering And Internet eXchanges (PAIX)
*** Atlanta, Georgia
*** Dallas, Texas
*** Miami, Florida
*** New York City, New York
*** Palo Alto, California
*** Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
*** San Jose, California
*** Seattle, Washington
*** Vienna, Virginia
** Voice Peering Fabric - distributed IXP for the exchange of VoIP traffic
* Puerto Rico
** Internet Exchange of Puerto Rico (IX.PR)

South America

* Argentina
** CABASE

* Brazil
** PTT Metro
*** Belo Horizonte
*** Brasília
*** Curitiba
*** Florianópolis
*** Porto Alegre
*** Rio de Janeiro
*** Salvador
*** São Paulo
**NAP do Brasil - Terremark - São Paulo

* Chile
** NAP.cl

* Peru
** NAP.pe

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