NetIX, a leading Bulgarian global Internet Exchange platform has announced a collaboration with eStruxture to provide global connectivity services and solutions to enhance eStruxture’s customer networks in Canada.
According to eStruxture, the move will enable customers access all NetIX’s global locations, Internet Exchange Points (IXPs), and NetIX’s Global Internet Exchange (GIX) peering solution directly from any one of eStruxture’s data centres via the Tunnelling over Internet (ToI) service.
NetIX’s ToI service enables any network to connect into the NetIX platform via the public Internet and take advantage of all the same benefits – and services – as members physically connected via a cross-connect.
“We are delighted to be NetIX’s first Canadian partner and believe that their next-generation network solutions are an amazing addition to our ecosystem,” said Todd Coleman, President and CEO of eStruxture. “Our new partnership with NetIX is a testament to our continuous commitment to helping our customers to grow and expand their reach as their business necessitates it. We look forward to offering their services in any of our facilities across Canada.”
Allowing businesses to overcome language and cultural barriers affecting networks
Language and cultural barriers can cause potential business-inhibiting obstacles to networks looking to gain access to central and eastern Europe, and the Caucasus and CIS regions (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan). Individually arranging connectivity could be problematic and fraught with misunderstandings.
“We are thrilled to launch this partnership with eStruxture Data Centers,” said Neven Dilkov, CEO and Founder of NetIX. “NetIX and eStruxture are similar in that we’re both privately owned and independently operated, enabling us to be agile, flexible and responsive. With these clear attributes, we’re looking forward to working together to better serve customers with global solutions quickly and easily from Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, and Montreal.”