Colocation provider Telehouse’s New York NYIIX International Peering Exchange has achieved a milestone by exceeding 1 tera bits per second (Tbps) in peak traffic. The peak occurred on November 23, 2020. The colocation provider has its peering exchange (NYIIX) data center PoPs located in New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia and Los Angeles.
Telehouse owns and operates 40+ colocation data centers in 10+ cities throughout Asia, North America and EMEA. Telehouse NYIIX delivers a single Internet Exchange platform to carriers, Internet service providers (ISPs), contents providers, gaming providers, educational institutions, cloud service providers (CSPs) and enterprises – to reduce operational costs and improve network performance and resilience.
“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 Sugeno, VP Internet Engineering, Telehouse America and NYIIX. “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.”
NYIIX International Peering Exchange
Telehouse first established their 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.
The NYIIX data center Points-of-Presence (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.
The Telehouse NYIIX peering service is not limited to its data center 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.