Seeweb (hosting services) has entered clients to Mix (Milan Internet Exchange). Until last year, only ’ the Internet Service providers, operators that provide Internet access services, were qualified to join the Mix and use the services of traffic interchange (peering) throughout the country.

L ’ Seeweb input represents for the milanese organization ’ the first step towards the liberalization of regulations and an expansion of services offered?The basis for this decision is the maturation of the Internet services market that we recorded in recent times. ? said Joy Marino, President of the Mix. We hope you will inaugurate a new line of cooperation with operators who provide content and hosting services?.

Seeweb deals with hosting, colocation, colocation and content delivery since 1998. In its two locations, in the historical one of Frosinone and its new branch in Milan, both with carrier class data center, is home to more than 50,000 websites. Lenovo K910 Mix manages a total traffic exchanged 12 Gbps and peering services to about 60 Italian and foreign Isp with interests on the Italian market.

Mix provides a range of services to ISPs. The most classic is institutional unicast peering on the public Lan with which providers are able to Exchange Ip traffic via high-speed layer 2 equipment Milan Exchange. The service is available for ISPs that operate in the field of the provision of Internet access and/or provision of hosting services, provided that such services are made at ’ in an own Ip address space and its own Autonomous systems. ISPs that want to connect to the Mix can make l ’ access through the drafting of its circuits or fiber or contact the many access providers already present in the Mix. Peering equipment can be installed in the Mix or maintained data in remote locations. ISPs can connect with one or more doors to the Mix for switch redundancy guarantees. Other facilities are the ability to wirelessly access? "out of band? using a dedicated system for ISPs that install the equipment in the room peering data, providing for the physical installation of the ’ peering router and the prewiring is certificate from them to switch the Mix; the ’ controlled room accessibility, fully redundant power supply for the equipment present in the room.

in addition, thanks to bilateral agreements made by Mix, on the public Vlan can open direct peering relationships with replicas of 2 of the 13 root name servers that exist in the world (i. root-servers.net and k. root-servers.net) and ’ based on the Domain Name System (Dns), as well as with some secondary name servers of ccTLDs including infant?.eu?

Isps have the possibility to create multicast peering agreements on the public Lan using the same resources already in place for exchanging unicast traffic. Even Mix, adapting European scenario of strong encouragement to ’ adoption of next-generation Ip Protocol, it is equipped with the necessary instruments to the switching of IPv6 traffic on their equipment.

With the interconnection service to carrier ISPs can purchase connectivity to the Internet quickly and all ’ in a safe structure without further investment in equipment. ISPs can turn to many operators present with transmission and/or devices with optical terminator drawers. http://beanearthling.com/blogs/138908/170237/sybase-is-the-managed-mobility-s