Ivo Ivanov, CEO of DE-CIX global speaks about what technology can do for the hospitality industry in the near future.
It has taken the pandemic for the hospitality industry to realise the true potential of technology and the virtual world when it comes to business. ETHospitalityWorld spoke with Ivo Ivanov, the Germany-based CEO of DE-CIX (pronounced dee-kicks) Global— the largest internet exchange in the world.
More than 359 connected networks make Mumbai a strategic interconnection hub in Asia
DE-CIX, the leading carrier and data center neutral Internet Exchange (IX) operator on the Indian sub-continent, has now taken the pole position as the largest IX in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region. This ranking by Peering DB is based on the number of networks (ASNs) connected at the
While buying IP transit is always just a best-effort method, without any guarantee that data is delivered or that the delivery meets any quality of service, peering increases the stability of your network. Read on to learn how this happens in this sixth instalment of our “reasons to peer” series.
“The competition (in urban areas) will lead to the result that private and business users at the end will get even more reasonable commercial solution and more reasonable costs such as the cost of access to the internet and digital services,” Ivo Ivanov, CEO of DE-CIX International, told ETTelecom during an interaction.
The leading carrier and data center neutral Internet Exchange operator on the Indian sub-continent, DE-CIX India, today published its annual growth report for 2020, which was marked by a global pandemic. In the year 2020, DE-CIX India experienced enormous growth of 75% in total customer bandwidth, a growth 53% customers and a traffic peak record on 1.5 Tbit/s.
‘India needs to scale up investments to improve Internet access in rural areas’ - Ivo Ivanov, the CEO of DE-CIX International
Ivo Ivanov, the CEO of DE-CIX International, one of the largest Internet Exchanges in the world, talks about the infrastructure India needs to ensure that everyone in the country has access to the Internet.
Internet has become the backbone of everyday life in India. Be it access to ration or getting vaccinated against the Covid-19 virus, online has become the new normal. Yet, the country still has a long way to go before the technology reaches to all.
Digital is reshaping how business is done. We are at the cusp of a completely new age in global economics, with enterprises, regardless of size and heritage, redefining their activities and their sectors based on digitalization. Organizations are leveraging their digital strength to reshape their own business models and how business is done within and across entire sectors, including automotive/mobility, healthcare, finance, and media.
In this second article in our “reasons to peer” series, we explain how peering can help you to lower your costs.
Companies need ever increasing amounts of bandwidth – video conferencing, a multitude of SaaS applications, video streaming, and the likes, all demand fast, efficient connections. And this comes at a cost.