Teksavvy joins MBIX

MBIX is pleased to announce that Teksavvy (AS5645) has connected to the peering fabric. Teksavvy is new to Manitoba, but is widely known in Ontario, Quebec, and the Vancouver area.  As they expand their network, they are looking to peer as widely as possible, and internet exchanges like MBIX are instrumental in that effort.  It’s great to have new members who have networks that extend beyond Manitoba mixing in with the ISPs serving only local users.

Teksavvy has connected at 10 Gbps to the 167 Lombard switch.  They are not peering with the route servers at this time, but are accepting bi-lateral peering on IPv4 and IPv6.

Fastnet joins MBIX

MBIX has another local ISP directly connected to our peering fabric at 10 Gbps.  Fastnet (AS394352) is a local ISP based in Winnipeg, with an expanding footprint.  They’ve connected to our 167 Lombard switch, and will be peering with the route servers soon.

Once again it’s great to see more participation by local ISPs, it means keeping Manitoba traffic in the province, increasing performance, and keeping costs low.

 

Zirro joins MBIX

MBIX is happy to announce another local ISP has connected to the peering fabric. Zirro (AS395588) is a startup ISP in Winnipeg. They’ve connected with two 10 G links, paired using LACP to make a logical 20 Gbps connection to the 167 Lombard switch.

Great to see that new networks recognize the value in connecting to MBIX. Keeping local traffic local improves performance, adds redundancy, and helps build the Canadian internet.

Annual General Meeting

Thursday May 4th, 2017
3 to 6 p.m.
AGM to start at 3:30 p.m

King’s Head Pub
Open to all interested in IXs

There are 3 Board of Director positions open for election.
Jacques Latour from CIRA will give an update on Canadian IXs.