Interxion can help reduce the cost of network access and improve business performance by finding the right connectivity partners within the Interxion data center. The large and growing community of carriers, ISPs, Internet Exchanges and other companies located in Interxion data centers help you achieve the best possible deals on leased lines, IP-transit, peering arrangements and physical cabling to keep costs low and business productivity high.
Direct fiber, copper and UTP connections to the carrier, ISP, Internet Exchange or other Interxion customers run via dedicated central patch rooms to the destinations you need. Central patch rooms and all the cable trays are highly secure, and cabling and connections are tested before being taken into production. Interxion administers all cables and patches and provides support to resolve any connectivity problems.
The Interxion data centers offer you freedom of choice: On average there are more than 15 network carriers at each site, in some cases more than 50. Every site has direct access to many more managed connectivity providers and content players with which you can exchange traffic, allowing you to negotiate for your connectivity and other services under the best possible conditions.
Interxion can also help you establish relationships with each of the local suppliers, saving you endless amounts of time trying to locate the appropriate in country representative when you are miles away from where your equipment will be located.
Peering & Internet Exchanges
Peering is a business agreement between network operators to exchange access to each others' networks so that all parties save money on their IP-transit. Peering can be done using direct cabling or via an Internet Exchange.