An Internet eXchange (IX) refers to an exchange of traffic among IX members.
In Europe, there are more than 70 IX, most of whom are non-profit organizations. Notable ones are DE-CIX based in Frankfurt, Germany,
AMS-IX in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and LINX in London, UK. On the other hand, IX in the U.S. are for-profit business model.
One of the most prominent IX operators is Equinix, which provides global services based on its big capacity network.
|Amsterdam, The Netherlands||AMS-IX (Amsterdam Internet Exchange)||1997||818||https://www.ams-ix.net/ams|
|Frankfurt, Germany||DE-CIX (Deutscher Commercial Internet Exchange)||1995||870||https://www.de-cix.net/|
|London, United Kingdom||LINX (London Internet Exchange)||1994||825||https://www.linx.net/|
|Moscow, Russia||MSK-IX (Moscow Internet Exchange)||1995||504||https://www.msk-ix.ru/en/|
|Seoul, South Korea||KINX (Korea Internet Neutral Exchange)||2000||64||https://www.kinx.net/|
|Hong kong||HKIX (Hong Kong Internet eXchange)||1995||298||https://www.hkix.net/|
|Tokyo, Japan||JPNAP (Japan Network Access Point)||2001||135||https://www.jpnap.net/en/|
The IX in Asia generally follows the European model, but there is also commercial IX.
Despite lagging behind Europe and the United States in terms of introduction, Hong Kong’s HKIX, Korea’s KINX and Japan’s JPNAP are
actively exchanging Internet traffic. In addition, more IX interconnections are expected with the entry of global NSPs into the Asian market.
KINX is gaining IX members across Asia in Hong Kong, Indonesia, Vietnam, Malaysia and others.
Around 1.7TB of traffic flows via KINX, which is why it is arguably the No. 1 network hub in Asia, in terms of size.
|South Korea||KINX (Korea Internet Neutral Exchange)||2000||64||https://www.kinx.net|
|Hong kong||HKIX (Hong Kong Internet eXchange)||1995||298||http://www.hkix.net|
|Japan||JPIX (Japan Internet Exchange)||1997||195||https://www.jpix.ad.jp|
|Japan||JPNAP (Japan Network Access Point)||2001||135||https://www.jpnap.net|
|China||CHN-IX(China Internet Exchange)||2016||10||http://www.chn-ix.net|
|India||Mumbai-IX (Mumbai Internet Exchange)||2014||145||https://www.mumbai-ix.net/en/|
|India||NIXI (National Internet Exchange of India)||2003||42||http://www.nixi.in|
|Singapore||SOX (Singapore Open Exchange)||2001||29||https://www.sox.net.sg|
|Singapore||SGIX (Singapore Internet Exchange)||2009||120||https://www.sgix.sg|
|Malaysia||MyIX (Malaysia Internet Exchange)||2006||120||https://myix.my|
|Taiwan||TPIX (Taipei Internet Exchange)||2002||42||https://www.tpix.net.tw|
|Vietnam||VNIX (Vietnam National Internet eXchange)||2000||18||https://www.vnnic.vn/vnix/|
|Thailand||BKNIX (Bangkok Neutral Internet Exchange)||2014||27||https://bknix.co.th/en/|
|Philippines||PHOpenIX (Philippine Open Internet Exchange)||2006||60||http://www.phopenix.net|
|Indonesia||IIX-ID (Indonesia Internet Exchange)||1997||52||https://www.iix.net.id|
|Bangladesh||BDIX (Bangladesh Internet Exchange)||2014||110||http://www.bdix.net|
|Cambodia||CNX (Cambodia Network Exchange)||2008||35||http://cnx.net.kh|
|Nepal||NPIX (Nepal Internet Exchange)||2002||28||http://www.npix.net.np|
|Australia||NSW-IX (IX AUSTRALIA)||1997||174||https://www.ix.asn.au|
|Australia||WAIX (Western Australian Internet Exchange)||1997||61||http://www.waia.asn.au|
|Australia||Pipe IX (PIPE Networks)||2002||60||http://www.pipenetworks.com|
KINX is interconnecting domestic and global ISPs, CPs and enterprises among others through its IX. The company who is interconnected via IX is called IX member.ies that are interconnected via the IX are called IX members. When you connect with KINX, you will be able to connect with KINX’s IX members. So discover new business opportunities through KINX’s network.