‘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.
Delivering on its mission to enable neutral interconnection capabilities, DE-CIX India continues to expand its interconnection platform
DE-CIX India, has announced the expansion of its points of presence (PoPs) in the national as well as financial capital.
When it comes to digitalization, what will be important in 2021 for companies, cloud providers, and ISPs? Will the digital boost brought about by Corona be ongoing in the new year? Dr. Thomas King, Head of Technology at the operator of the world's largest Internet Exchange (IX), DE-CIX Frankfurt in Germany, on the future of Internet connections and interconnection in 2021.
1. The connection of the future will be dedicated
DE-CIX Academy helps you to get most out of your connection and is now in India. It includes webinars, whitepapers and videos on various interconnection topics. We are glad to update the next webinar "Peering Tools" is scheduled considering the India time and Customers.
Date: 6 October 2020
Time: 3.00 pm IST
The leading carrier and data center neutral Internet Exchange (IX) operator on the Indian sub-continent, DE-CIX India, announced the expansion of its Internet Exchange points of presence (PoPs) at Mumbai, Delhi and Chennai to meet the increased demand in internet usage and bandwidth capacity posed by COVID-19. In addition to its fifth PoP in Mumbai introduced last month, DE-CIX has now deployed new PoPs within STT Telemedia DC’s in Chennai and Delhi.