Internet Exchange connectivity
“Connect locally to the three largest Internet Exchanges in the Netherlands. It will boost your European network connectivity”
A service for those who like to have the most Dutch BGP routes for the best possible pricing, the “Dutch IP transit” service is by far the best option in the Netherlands.
Dutch Internet Exchange connectivity
All three Serverius data centers are offering local connection to the largest Internet Exchange connectivity in the Netherlands. By direct PoP and multiple data center partners at SDC1, SDC2, and SDC3, users can connect to the SpeedIX, NL-IX, AMS-IX, or use Serverius its Layer 2 data transport to connect to others.
Dutch IP transit: SpeedIX/AMS-IX/NL-IX/PNI
At all Dutch data centers in the Netherlands (also outside Serverius its own three data centers), Serverius offers all BGP routes from all known Internet Exchanges and other large networks in Europe as one single service. It’s called “Dutch IP transit”, a mix of SpeedIX, NL-IX, AMS-IX, and many direct fiber connections to large networks like Google, AWS, etc.
Lower pricing than direct AMS-IX & NL-IX connection
Yes, premium data traffic, it’s cheap (cheaper than Serverius full table IP-transit). But it also has its disadvantage: you can not use it together with Serverius its famous full table IP transit. And cannot be a members member of the SpeedIX, because part of the traffic is routed by the SpeedIX). When you have special peering wishes to peer with a network that isn’t yet in the route mix, the Serverius NOC is happy to try to add this BGP peer for you.
* Only without (normal) Serverius full table IP-transit.
* Only with 1 up to 5-year contracts.
* Discount possible when ordering new colocation racks.
* Available at all Serverius Dutch data centers and also in any other Amsterdam data center like Nikhef, Equinix AM7, Interxion Science Park, GlobalSwitch, or any other Dutch data center.