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provides Internet connectivity, high-quality e-Infrastructure and advanced networking services (eg cloud computing) to the Greek Educational, Academic and Research community. GRNET connects its customers with speeds up to 10Gbps through its high-speed, high-capacity network of long-term leased fibre that spans across the entire country. Part of its mission is also the dissemination of ICT to the general public.GRNET also operates the Greek Internet Exchange (GR-IX) and plays a key role at national level in the field of distributed and large-scale research infrastructures including Grid, Cloud and HPC.GRNET operates under the auspices of the Greek Ministry of Education – General Secretariat for Research and Technology.
is a non-profit Internet infrastructure organisation. Netnod manages Internet exchange points (IXPs) in five cities in Sweden. Netnod offers DNS anycast & unicast slave services to TLDs worldwide and is the proud operator of i.root-servers.net, one of 13 logical DNS root name servers in the world.
cable system became operational in 2011, it is the first privately-owned terrestrial cable system that connects the Gulf countries together while also providing onward connectivity to the rest of the world. Being a fully terrestrial-based cable system, GCCIX has the added advantage of being able to supply truly diverse, redundant capacity options, in comparison to the submarine-based cable systems currently available in the Gulf region.
(Amsterdam Internet Exchange) is a neutral and independent Internet exchange based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Interconnecting over 600 IP networks, having a business traffic peak of more than 2 Terabit per second and providing a innovative technical platform, makes AMS-IX the world’s leading Internet
exchange. The AMS-IX platform provides a professional, high quality, non-blocking peering service for all types of IP traffic, be it regular IP data such as email or web content, to also video/TV and hosting and cloud services. AMS-IX additionally hosts the first mobile peering point worldwide, the Global GPRS Roaming Exchange (GRX), the Mobile Data Exchange (MDX) and the first interconnection of IPX networks (Inter-IPX). AMS-IX deploys three Internet Exchanges abroad – AMS-IX Hong Kong in the Asia Pacific region, AMS-IX Caribbean based in Curacao and AMS-IX East Africa Exchange Point based in Mombassa, Kenya.
radically changes network routing by shifting it into the age of silicon photonics. The Compass-EOS icPhotonics technology is the world’s first commercial silicon for inter-chip optical interconnect, unleashing the next revolution in routing architectures. Its family of carrier-grade routers is a new breed of scale-out routers, enabling SDN-based, simplified architectures in service provider networks. Since 2006 Compass has attracted top-tier investors ranging from leading venture capital funds to service providers and core routing suppliers.
is the company that brought internet and satellite pay TV in Greece. Offering cutting edge digital technologies and fully exploiting its knowhow, Forthnet has become the pioneer provider of integrated communication and entertainment services to individuals, enterprises and Public Bodies, nationwide. Today, the company is the number 1 provider in alternative fixed Telco and pay TV. In 2013, Forthnet has created a new market in Greece by a successful launch of Nova 3Play services that combine an exclusive and rich range of quality home entertainment as well as reliable communications. Forthnet is the leader of 3play industry providing their customers the latest entertainment technology, such as HD and 3D content and most recently the innovative application of Nova Go that gives the opportunity to enjoy Nova 3Play content whenever and wherever costumers decide to do so.