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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.

GrenoblIX Key Figures

9 members

682 ASN

7 BGP sessions

4 racks

2 POPs

12  hosted equipments

15 Ethernet ports

GrenoblIX news

  • A clearly visible Network & Telecom marketplace!

    A clearly visible Network & Telecom marketplace!

    Find out more about the services offered by Rezopole members on the home page of the site. This new look marketplace allows you to find the first 15 suppliers offering solutions adapted to your needs in Lyon and Grenoble: Transport, Peering, DDOS Protection, Security, Cloud Access...

  • Experts at your service!

    Experts at your service!

    Are you looking for solutions to optimize your network performance? Would you like to train your teams to improve efficiency? Do you want to secure your access and increase throughput while minimizing costs? Rezopole offers you a complete range of Services and Training.

  • Kosc counter-attacks before the Council of State

    Kosc counter-attacks before the Council of State

    Seized by Kosc following the sale of Completel's DSL network, the French Competition Authority issued its verdict: "there is no evidence to define that Altice has committed a fault with regard to its obligations". The wholesale-only operator, even if it was unsuccessful against Altice, does not intend to stop there...

  • Arcep : Orange

    Arcep : Orange "attacks the French regulatory model".

    Arcep published an editorial on the Priority Question of Constitutionality filed by Orange to challenge the regulator's power to impose sanctions. But according to the telecoms gendarme, the operator "does not attack the Arcep so much but attacks the French regulatory model more broadly"...

  • Global bandwidth : total throughput of 446 Tb/s

    Global bandwidth : total throughput of 446 Tb/s

    Of course, the international bandwidth is increasing, but this masks a rollercoaster evolution in recent years. This was found in a study published by Telegeography. This bandwidth increased by only 26% in 2018 and much of this dynamism is attributed to the African continent.

  • Orange wants to cut the whistle of the Arcep

    Orange wants to cut the whistle of the Arcep

    The incumbent operator submitted a Priority Question of Constitutionality to the Council of State. The purpose of this request is to challenge the legal validity of a formal notice sent to him by the telecoms police last January. But it is actually a much larger problem....

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