AMS-IX, One of the Largest Internet Exchange Operators in the Main One Data Nigeria
Limited (MDXi), an Equinix company, has signed a memorandum of understanding to operate and expand internet exchange services in Africa.
AMS-IX was to set up an internet exchange at MDXi, MainOne’s carrier-neutral data center in Lagos, Nigeria.
MDXi would act as a strategic partner and reseller of AMS-IX for AMS-IX in West Africa.
This strategic partnership between AMS-IX and MDXi would provide enhanced interconnection capabilities for existing and new customers on the exchange, further facilitating content distribution in the West African region.
With this partnership, content delivery networks, application providers, and hosting companies would now be able to exchange local Internet traffic across the rich, interconnected ecosystem of networks, large enterprises, and cloud service providers and network operators available with MDXi.
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