We are pleased to announce that DE-CIX India is the IX partner for Data Centre India 2021 Virtual Conference. Mr Sudhir Kunder, Country Director of DE-CIX India will be part of the Technical Presentations session.
Date: 18th November 2021
Time: 10.30 to 13.30 IST
"Automotive sector and colossal data: Challenges and way forward" - Ivo Ivanov, the CEO of DE-CIX International
What are the challenges the automotive sector may face in dealing with colossal amounts of data? What are the ways the automotive sector can address this challenge?
Industries worldwide are entering a new era of digitalization, everywhere, for everything, making performance, resilience, and security in network connections business-critical. Enterprises from segments like healthcare, finance, retail, logistics, and automotive are discovering the benefits of connecting with their digital value chain via an Internet Exchange (IX).
Peering at an Internet Exchange means being part of an interconnection ecosystem. While the exchange itself is a small niche topic for those who operate it, the ecosystem around it offers a very broad range of possibilities for doing business – another reason to peer.
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.
With high traffic comes great responsibility; How an internet exchange operator successfully manages continuously growing data traffic
At the latest since the spread of the global Covid-19 pandemic, people have become more and more dependent on digital services and have come to rely on them, in both their private and professional lives. Digitalisation is picking up speed faster than expected. On the front lines of accelerated digitalisation, internet exchanges, as part of the critical internet infrastructure, face the challenge of a fast, secure and smooth interconnection of thousands of networks.
Coronavirus pandemic as a driver of digitalisation
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.