As the coronavirus continues to spread across Minnesota and the United States, its impact on individuals and businesses has become increasingly pronounced. With employees working from home, retail stores launching online shops, and small businesses finding creative ways to make ends meet, IT systems and network environments need the ability
As we continue our discussion on internet exchange points and peering, it’s essential to look toward the future – or simply to the present. IXPs and internet peering are part of an ongoing digital transformation affecting the way the internet operates and how it is used. In a recent article,
In our last blog post, we provided an introduction to internet exchange points and peering, discussing the basics and general benefits of internet exchange points. Today, we’ll continue with a more detailed discussion of IXPs, and who and how they can benefit. Curious about whether an IXP is right for
The needs and potential uses of the internet continue to shift among businesses in Minnesota and around the country. In response, the internet itself is changing, with more opportunities for connection, agility and security. Internet exchange points and peering are two such developments.