African Networks Peering in Europe
“Since joining the exchange we have had a number of larger content networks approach us, as they are very keen to peer over the LINX network”
Edward Lawrence, Director of Business Development, Workonline Communications
At present LINX has over 50 members in Africa and the Middle Eastern region.These range from national telecoms providers through to mobile networks, carriers, and ISPs.
LINX General Information - Russian
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What is an ASN and how do I get one?
An easy 'how to' guide about acquiring an Autonomous System number and how this can benefit you.
LINX General Information
A full overview of the London Internet Exchange, the locations of our LANs, benefits and up to date pricing.
LINX NoVA Data Sheet
A quick guide to LINX's location in America, LINX NoVA. Includes NoVA in numbers, the benefits of joining an exchange, peering and an insight into the topology and engineering set up there.
Introduction to LINX NoVA
A 12 page brochure with video links which explains the rationale behind the establishment of LINX's first overseas Internet Exchange Point, LINX NoVA.
Member Case Study - SureVoIP
Thinking of joining LINX? Hear from one of our members about their experience.
Africa Case Study - Workonline Communications (Pty) Ltd
LINX in Africa: A case study from our African ConneXions partner Workonline Communications.
Member governance consultation
A document has been published for members, to seek their input on the continuing LINX governance review.
2016 Annual Report
An annual publication which reviews the exchange's organisational, network and financial developments during a given year.
The 2016 annual report was published at the LINX Annual General Meeting in May 2017. It includes a comprehensive overview of LINX business activities in 2016 plus dedicated sections on LINX's network infrastructure, finance and public policy.
Regional Peering Strategy Document
LINX has developed a UK regional peering strategy which is both forward looking and purposeful. Whilst we acknowledge that full implementation will not be easy, we firmly believe the time has come to make peering much more widely distributed throughout the UK. This document cover the background behind the strategy and how it will be implemented in future.
LINX vPoPs Leaflet
A compact guide to LINX vPoPs and how to become a LINX vPoP partner.
The LINX sales leaflet is a short guide to membership with explanations on peering, its network architecture and methods of connecting to the exchange. It also features current pricing information.
Middle East Leaflet
A leaflet on Peering at LINX from the Middle East Region.
It explains the benefits of LINX membership and how networks in Middle East can peer in London and at its growing number of regional exchanges.
A leaflet on Peering at LINX from the Asian Region.
It explains the benefits of LINX membership and how networks on the Asian continent can exchange traffic in London.
AfPIF 2014 Leaflet
A Leaflet on Peering at LINX from the African and Middle East Region.
This leaflet was produced for the 2014 African Peering and Interconnections Forum and explains the benefits of LINX membership and how networks on the African and Middle East region can exchange traffic in London.
African Peering and LINX
A Case Study on Peering at LINX from the African Region.
This case study was produced to be used at the 2012 Africa.com event. It also explains the benefits of LINX membership and how networks on the Afican continent can exchange traffic in London.
The Benefits of Joining LINX
A case study featuring Italian ISP, E4A.
This case study was produced to demonstrate how E4A, an Italian ISP, has benefitted since becoming a member of LINX. The company originally joined in the summer of 2008 and has seen substantial growth ever since. This document will focus on the issues that E4A initially had to overcome and the successes they have subsequently achieved.
Joining LINX from Central & Eastern Europe
A case study featuring Romanian ISP, Euroweb Romania.
This case study was first used at the Capacity Balkans event in Bucharest in April 2011. It describes how joining LINX helped Euroweb Romania meet some of their core business objectives including reducing expenditure, as well as improve their service and their business reputation.