Netnod Newsletter - December 2020

Newsletter - December 2020

Welcome to the Netnod Newsletter 

During 2020, we have been busy with exciting developments across Netnod’s interconnection, DNS and time services: we have been working harder than ever to expand the interconnection possibilities for operators and have added a new IX location in Gävle, Sweden; we have seen more ccTLDs join our DNSNODE service where we have continued a series of site deployments across the globe; and our time services have received much praise as a result of Netnod’s leading role in developing the new standard and implementations for Network Time Security (NTS). 

As a result of our work, we have been featured as experts in media throughout the year ranging from TV, newspapers, magazines, tech podcasts and other industry blogs. Netnod’s own blog has developed significantly with almost 20 posts on a wide variety of topics.

It has been a busy and challenging year. I would like to offer my heartfelt thanks to the staff at Netnod who have adapted so well and whose hard work has made this year such a success. With the addition of Leo Bernava, Basse Safari and Johan Fredin to the team, we are well placed to continue the excellent work next year. 

I have very much missed meeting all the customers, partners and friends of Netnod in person over the last nine months. I hope it will not be too long until we can meet again in person. Until then, I would like to wish you happy holidays and all the best of health.

LM Jogbäck
Netnod CEO

Netnod publish white paper on Network Time Security 

Netnod has published a white paper on the new Network Time Security (NTS) standard. The white paper explains how NTS works and gives a detailed description of the authentication process that ensures networks receive time information from a trusted source.

You can read the white paper here. 

GavleNet IX case study


Netnod has published a case study together with GavleNet. Read this short case study to find out more about how connecting to a Netnod IX supports quick and agile scalability, ensures redundancy, and maximises the value of local interconnection.

You can read the case study here.

New 5G price point on the Netnod IX

Do you want a 10G port but to pay for 5G traffic? Check out our new 5G price point on the Netnod shaped port here. 

New DNSNODE sites across the Americas

Netnod is proud to announce the deployment of new DNSNODE sites in Calgary, Canada, and in Monterrey, Mexico. These new sites, hosted by the Calgary Internet Exchange (YYCIX) and Transtelco respectively, are the latest in a series of sites deployed in the Americas as Netnod’s DNSNODE service grows to more than 70 sites globally. 

More information about Netnod’s DNSNODE service is available here. 


Netnod Blog

Recent blogspots have looked at the drivers and key issues involved in the transition from 10G to 100G connections as well as at the relationships between open standards, collaboration between competitors and market forces. 

The Netnod blog is available here. 

Meet us online

Due to current circumstances, we won’t have the chance to meet our customers and industry partners face to face as normal. But we are always happy to meet online in whatever form works best for you.

You can book a meeting here.

New Connections

CacheNetworks LLC
Stockholm - AS 30081

Junet AB
Copenhagen - AS 59702

Privat Kommunikation Sverige AB
Stockholm - AS 42201

GlobalTeleHost Corp 
REACH - Stockholm - AS 28917

Upgraded Networks

G-Core Labs
Stockholm - AS 199524

Hetzner Online GmbH
Stockholm - AS 24940

Metroset Ltd.
Stockholm - AS 50923

Stockholm - AS 2603

Norlys Tele Service A/S
Stockholm - AS 39642

RETN Nordic AB
Stockholm - AS 9002

Stockholm - AS 1653

Huawei Clouds
Copenhagen - AS 136907 B.V.
Copenhagen - AS 49544

Microsoft Corporation
Copenhagen - AS 8075

Gävle Energi AB
Gävle/Sundsvall - AS 16117

Region Gävleborg
Gävle/Sundsvall - AS 210140

Nordiska Servercentralen AB
Luleå & Sundsvall - AS 49515

Telia Sverige AB
REACH - AS 3301
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