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Equinix Builds Peering Relationship with Internet Exchange JPNAP

Submitted by on 18 January, 2021 – 4:32 pm
Global provider of data center Equinix (www.equinix.com) has made an agreement with Internet provider of Internet exchange multifeed (www.mfeed.co.jp) to expand its Japan Network Access Point (www .mfeed.co.jp / English / Service / jpnap.html) interconnect fabric in the Equinix Tokyo-2 (Ty2) International Business Data Exchange Center.

JPNAP point of presence in Equinix IBX center Ty2 enables Equinix customers to directly exchange IP traffic and customer JPNAP, such as Internet service providers, CATV operators and content providers, according to the notice of Equinix Monday. Similarly, JPNAP customers will have direct access to extensive international aviation community in two Equinix Tokyo IBX centers, which are interconnected directly by Equinix IBXLink service.

“As a global leader in data centers and Internet exchange services, Equinix is committed to providing access to points of high performance interconnection for the exchange of Internet traffic,” chief marketing officer of Equinix Jarrett Appleby, said in a statement . “With the increasing strategic importance of Japan market, especially for international suppliers of content, critical mass of participants and volume of traffic is an important JPNAP high quality platform for global customers seeking to access Equinix this important market. ”

The extent of tissue JPNAP interconnection, the largest Internet Exchange in Japan by traffic, along with the Equinix Exchange platform interconnection, interconnection offer various options for customers of Equinix in its two data centers in Tokyo.

“We are excited about our agreement with Equinix and the interconnection benefits that this collaboration will bring the information and communications sector in Japan, said chief representative of the MF and the executive vice president Ryoichi Hosoya, said in a statement.” This Equinix and agreement will enable microfinance clients to promote networking through the rich of our respective network-neutral platforms, in a more efficient and reliable.

This agreement with Equinix MF is last in Japan after its June agreement with Japan’s largest commodity futures exchange in Tokyo Commodity Exchange (www.tocom.or.jp). Under the agreement, Equinix offers placement solutions for high performance and low latency connectivity to TOCOM market participants through its two data centers in Tokyo.

Equinix has been very active in its 18 markets around the world in which business operates 45 international exchange of data centers. Earlier this month, as part of its 1.4 billion U.S. dollars, multi-year expansion program, Equinix announced plans to build $ 100 million data center IBX data center in U.S. in Washington, in its area to open campus in the summer of 2010. In July, the company unveiled plans to build its fourth IBX data center in Zurich, Switzerland. The new, 32,108 square foot facility will double ZH4 footprint Equinix Zurich, one of its major European markets of interconnection services.

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