Internet Exchange datacenter connectivity
In both Serverius Internet Exchange datacenter users can easily connect to the 3 largest Internet Exchanges of the Netherlands. By direct PoP and multiple datacenter partners at SDC1 and SDC2 all users can simply connect to SPEED-IX, NL-IX and AMS-IX. By the use of local fibers all users can simply combine carriers with all available Dutch Internet Exchanges. Another reason to see Serverius as best possible datacenter in Europe.
Both Serverius datacenters are the core PoP locations of the peering community AS-IX. Therefore all datacenter users can get a 10G peering port for free and use also a 1Gbps VLAN to other Dutch datacenters for free.
The NLIX is locally present in both Serverius datacenters. It’s the largest PoP’s in central Netherlands. Users can buy a from 100Mbps up to 100GE peering and IP-transit port or use the famous Layer 2 transport services to other European datacenters.
When using the AMS-IX by partner PoP you will have 100% functionality of the AMS-IX like any other member, including private AMS-IX web interface, statistics, all peering functionality and so on.
Use one of our local carriers to connect to other European Internet Exchanges
Dutch IP transit: SPEED-IX + AMS-IX + NL-IX
Like it is written before on this page, at the Serverius datacenters all users can become a direct client of the three largest Internet Exchanges in the Netherlands. This way the user will have a direct peering port with all the tooling of the Exchange itself, without intervention of the Serverius network.
Sometimes users want to use the Serverius datacenters for their European presence, where only local Dutch BGP peering routes are needed (with a little bit German/Britain/Belgium). For this kind of situations Serverius is offering “Dutch IP transit”. By the Serverius IP network all route servers routes + all private peering of AMS-IX, NL-IX, SPEED-IX + Openpeering NL transit + all Serverius its direct fiber peering (PNI) to other major networks are offered in one single package. So basically it will be all possible Dutch BGP routes and a lot of extra!
- AMS-IX routeservers
- AMS-IX private peering
- NL-IX routeservers
- NL-IX private peering
- SPEED-IX routeserver
- SPEED-IX private peering
- Serverius fiber peers (PNI)
Yes it also have its disadvantages: you can not use it together with the Serverius full route IP transit. And users will not be official members of the AMS-IX or NL-IX and therefore are not able to create own peering over these Exchanges themselves. If you have special peering needs, you need to ask the Serverius NOC to create these peering for you.
But for those who want to have the most Dutch BGP routes on a single port for the best possible pricing, the “Dutch IP transit” service is by far the best option in the Netherlands. When using it in combination with a full route carrier like GTT, Retn or Jointtransit you will have the best possible network for the lowest possible pricing!
* Only without normal Serverius full table IP-transit.
* Only with a 1 up to 5 year contracts.
* Extra discount when ordering new colocation racks
* Available at all SPEED-IX connected datacenters.