InterLAN Internet Exchange, the largest neutral IXP in Romania for data traffic and internet exchange consistently reached in the recent months an aggregate traffic peak of over 150 Gbps.
As a result of traffic growth in Frankfurt, the interconnection capacity was increased to 100 Gbps.
InterLAN brings together and serves more than 100 operators: internet access service providers, content providers, internet domain name service providers, educational networks, banking and financial companies, social media platforms, public institutions. InterLAN hosts 5 out of 13 DNS root name servers: D-Root (University of Maryland), E-Root (NASA AMES Research Center), F-Root (Internet Systems Consortium) Root (operated by Verisign), K-Root (operated by RIPE NCC) and L-Root (operated by ICANN).
Currently, InterLAN Internet Exchange platform has 135 connected ports with an aggregate capacity of nearly 800 Gbps.