What is Remote Peering?
Many internet service providers and enterprise customers who value quality have autonomous systems and directly exchange traffic with other providers via Internet Exchange Points. Typically, this requires a line connection and a physical presence at the exchange point. With remote peering, you don't need to be physically present, nor do you need expensive hardware. Instead, a service provider extends the exchange's peering LAN to your local location and combines the peering port with transport service.
Why use next layer Remote Peering?
We operate our own European data network and are represented at all major European exchange points. As a result, we can provide you with a direct connection to the Vienna Internet Exchange (VIX), DE-CIX, and SwissIX from over a hundred data centers and PoPs in German-speaking countries, providing you with the same quality, availability, and low latency that we use for our own services – on just one port.