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Global Peering Exchange Access

Enhance Network Performance, Speed and Reliability


Efficient Routing of Local, Regional and Global Traffic

By partnering with leading internet exchanges (IXs) and internet exchange points (IXPs) located around the world, CoreSite offers interconnectivity options that help you expand your business anywhere.

By providing direct paths for data exchange, IXs and IXPs improve network efficiency and application performance critical to online gaming, video conferencing and other real-time communication services.

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Global Interconnectivity Accelerates Collaboration

Expand operations on a global scale by connecting to the world’s top internet exchanges
More Info about AMS-IX

AMS-IX Bay Area

AMS-IX Bay Area provides a physical platform where organizations can meet to exchange Internet traffic in a stable, fast and cost-effective manner.

AMS-IX Bay Area builds on the neutral and distributed formula of AMS-IX in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, one of the world’s largest Internet Exchanges. CoreSite provides direct access to AMS-IX Bay Area from all our facilities in the Silicon Valley market.

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AMS-IX Chicago

AMS-IX Chicago provides a physical platform where organizations can meet to exchange Internet traffic in a stable, fast and cost-effective manner.

AMS-IX Chicago builds on the neutral and distributed formula of AMS-IX in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, one of the world’s largest Internet Exchanges. CoreSite provides direct access to AMS-IX Chicago in our CH1 data center.

More Info about BBIX


BBIX is the first Japanese Internet Exchange to extend its node to the United States via CoreSite’s Los Angeles campus. BBIX provides CoreSite customers in Los Angeles with direct access to the BBIX peering exchange via the Any2Exchange and allows customers to extend their network connectivity with a single secure and reliable connection.

Connecting CoreSite’s Any2Exchange with the BBIX exchange brings an alternative connectivity option for customers who want to peer between Japan and the U.S. West Coast market.

More Info about DE-CIX


DE-CIX is the premier Internet exchange operator in the world. Today, DE-CIX operates the world’s largest Internet exchange, by traffic, with 9+ Terabits per second of peak traffic in Frankfurt, Germany.

Globally, DE-CIX serves over 1900+ network operators, Internet service providers (ISPs), and content providers from more than 100 countries, at its more than 20 exchanges throughout Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and North America.

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DE-CIX New York

DE-CIX New York is the leading carrier and data center-neutral Internet exchange in the market. DE-CIX New York provides premium IX services that are available at 100+ access points throughout the NY/NJ metro area, including CoreSite's New York data centers.

One-connection can reach thousands of global networks including direct access to content providers, ISPs and cloud services through a single connection.

More Info about LINX


The London Internet Exchange (LINX) is one of the global leaders in Internet exchange points. With over 1000 member ASNs, connecting over 80 countries worldwide, LINX members have access to direct routes from a large number of diverse international peering partners.

LINX NoVA is a fast-growing interconnection platform, present in multiple data center locations within the Northern Virginia region – a key location for networks to be present. It is a well-established internet exchange point (IXP) with many diverse networks connected including key content delivery networks (CDNs) and regional ISPs.

Connectivity to LINX NoVA is available in CoreSite’s Reston data center campus.

More Info about MASS-IX


MASS IX is the fastest-growing Internet Exchange in the Boston metro area. Available in over 12 data centers, MASS IX enables public peering, cloud connectivity and data center interconnections throughout New England.

For service providers, MASS IX Virtual POP (vPOP) solution removes the majority of the risk and commitment associated with network expansions into the Boston market where revenue streams still may have to be proven.

More Info about NYIIX


The New York International Internet Exchange (NYIIX), operated by TELEHOUSE, is one of the largest public Internet exchanges on the East Coast, with more than 200 members.

CoreSite allows you to directly access NYIIX from our New York and New Jersey data centers.

More Info about UNITED IX

United IX

United IX is a next-generation interconnection platform providing a resilient data center-neutral network available in CoreSite's CH1 data center.

Built using technology originally developed for high-performance trading networks, it’s fully automated and redundant making it capable of agile changes to meet any needs.

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Frequently Asked Questions

WHAT IS A PEERING EXCHANGE? Peering refers to an exchange of data traffic between independent networks for the benefit of both networks. Peering exchanges, also called internet exchanges (IXs), and internet exchange points (IXPs), are network access points at which collaborating companies connect their networks and exchange data.  
WHAT TYPE OF COMPANIES USE INTERNET EXCHANGES? Internet service providers, content delivery networks and enterprises are common users. 
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF JOINING A GLOBAL INTERNET EXCHANGE (IX)? Companies that exchange data traffic via internet exchanges typically experience low latency due to fewer network hops, lower costs compared to alternative methods of data exchange, higher bandwidth and better network performance. 
HOW DOES PEERING IMPROVE NETWORK PERFORMANCE? Direct connectivity enhances control over connection quality, specifically to minimize packet loss when data is exchanged. Also, the networks involved in peering can choose the optimal routes over which to transmit data, prioritizing the shortest, fastest routes. 
HOW DOES PEERING SAVE MONEY? Direct interconnectivity at IXPs reduces or eliminates the use of third parties that provide data transmission services. Bypassing third parties typically reduces transit costs. 
WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SETTLEMENT-FREE PEERING AND PAID PEERING? Settlement-free peering is a mutually beneficial arrangement under which the parties do not pay each other. Paid peering involves an arrangement under which networks pay each other to exchange traffic. Payment may be based on traffic volume or other terms.