Welcome to the GrenoblIX IXP
GrenoblIX is the Internet traffic eXchange Point of Grenoble operated by Rezopole, a non-profit organization.
GrenoblIX members can improve the quality of their Internet traffic and can benefit from lower bandwidth prices. Therefore the IXP helps develop very high speed Internet in Lyon.
GrenoblIX is also a NAP (Network Access Point), a market place which allows members to buy or sell Internet transit and/or any layer 2 or IP services.
The Grenoble IXP is open to all economic players who want to connect – operators, ISPs, carriers, large companies and municipalities.
Rezopole is offering two days of training on November 13th and 14th. Come and discover, on different equipment, the basics of BGP routing, this founding protocol of the Internet. During this workshop, you will also discuss various aspects such as peering and the use of Route Server. Registrations before November 6th.
For almost 10 years, companies and public authorities have been constantly praising the merits of optical fibre. She has a bright future by acquiring several hearts. Thomas Pagbe gives an update, in an article from ZDnet, on this technology of tomorrow that will delight operators.
Today, our data centers consume nearly 10% of the world's electricity. To meet exponential energy needs, engineers are developing new cooling systems such as immersion in oil or the ocean. Sébastien Julian offers an overview of these innovations.
After many technical and legal setbacks last year, the horizon is finally clear for Kosc. Caisse des Dépôts invested 20 million euros in the capital of the new subsidiary, Kosc Infrastructures. Guénaël Pépin reviews with the operator these last months in an article from Nextinpact.
More than ten years after its creation by the JANOG community, this reference document has been updated thanks to the work of the main Japanese IXP operators BBIX, JPIX, JPNAP, and KDDI. Discover all the details and tips for a good router configuration on the APNIC blog.
The government has set itself the goal of "getting rid of these white areas" by announcing broadband and very high speed access for all by 2022. In the radio programme Le téléphone sonne on France Inter on 31th July, Arnaud Bousquet and his guests take stock of this digital divide.