Between 15-17 April, in Galway, Ireland, the 32st Euro-IX Forum is taking place, the Interlan Association taking in this event as a full rights member of the organization. The participants discuss aspects related to peering, interconnections and regional cooperations.
RETN becames traffic partner in InterLAN Internet Exchange. Being a leading international network service provider, RETN offers data transmission services in East Europe, Russia and worldwide. RETN stretching across 29 countries and 3 continents and improves the connection with the largest telecommunications nodes in the world.
PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia the largest telecommunication and network provider from Indonesia becomes a traffic partner in InterLAN Internet Exchange platform by optimazing the acces routes to content for the network operators and bringing the content closer to end users to improve their experience.
Telin won for the third time the prestigious global carrier industry award, Carriers World Awards (CWA) 2017.
Oath-Yahoo! interconnects to the InterLAN Internet Exchange platform creating a connection to one of the most visited applications in the world. The Yahoo app builds communities through sharing stories from around the world for more than 300 million people.
The AS112 project is a group of name server operators in an autonomous system running anycasts instances of name servers that respond to reverse DNS queries for private addresses and private networks sent to the Internet. The distributed sink for queries sent to non-unique IP addresses helps reduce the load on the authoritative servers due to this kind of ambiguous queries by their nature which can not be answered corectly. It is named after the Autonomous System Number (ASN) that has been assigned to it.
InterLAN is one of the volunteer operators participating in the AS112 project. Anycasts prefixes of this project are advertised in InterLAN platform by a dedicated server that has peering sessions with Exchange Route Servers, this way the service is automatically available to network operators connected to these RSs.
More details about this project and how it works can be found here:
On 6 and 7 March 2018, the annual international conference CEE Peering Days takes place in Berlin, Germany. Experts, engineers, peering managers, internet service providers, and data center operators from Central and Eastern Europe are participating in the event. The first edition of this conference took place in 2013, with over 200 participants each year with the support of the most important organizations in european community.
The conference program includes two days of technical workshops and presentations on various topics of general interest, as well as bilateral meetings.
InterLAN attendees had discussions with others on various on-going partnerships as well as business opportunities.
More details can be found on the event website: www.peeringdays.eu.
The Romanian Fiber Optic Conference is the most anticipated event of the Romanian industry and this year is held on March 6 at the Radisson Blu Hotel in the capital. The event will be structured in two sections and will include presentations and debates on national themes of common interest.
According to its stated purpose, this year’s Smart Connexions of Tommorow edition aims to be a catalyst for ideas and an environment conducive to the exchange of experiences, the chosen theme being an argument in favor of forecasts for the future, helping the target make business decisions favorable to their business.
The delegation of Interlan Association participates in the event, the members of the delegation having several talks with other attendees. More details about the event can be found at http://afor.ro/ro/home/rfoc.html.
Between 24-28 February 2018, an InterLAN delegation attends the international conference APRICOT 2018 and the SANOG 31 Meeting, which are held simultaneously in Kathmandu, Nepal.
APRICOT 2018 (Asia Pacific Regional Internet Conference on Operational Technologies) is the largest Asia Pacific Internet conference with an attendance of more than 700 engineers, researchers, operators and service providers, and various policy community representatives from over 50 countries.
SANOG 31 (South Asian Network Operators Group) is a forum on operational issues and technologies of interest to data operators in the South Asian region.
APNIC 45 (Asia Pacific Regional Internet Registry) and APIX 17 (Asia Pacific Internet ExchangeAssociation) are also taking part in the event.
InterLAN representatives had several interventions:
In the Peering Forum: IXP Session, Eric Băleanu made a short presentation of InterLAN Internet Exchange (video).
In the NOG BoF session, Cristian Copcea spoke about the challenges InterLAN faced as host of RONOG (video).
In the Network Operations session, Cristian Copcea presented the TVX project and the video stream management application developed by InterLAN (video).
In the NOG Reports session, Eric Băleanu presented a report of RONOG editions so far (video).
Various discussions were held with other attendees on ongoing and future partnerships.
More details about this event can be found on its official website.
The Bollywood TV and Mooz Dance TV channels have become available via multicast streaming on the InterLAN TVX platform:
Bollywood HD, Bollywood Film TV, Bollywood Classic TV, Bollywood TV, Mooz Dance HD, Mooz Dance TV.
Other TV Channels are availabile on the same platform:
Antena 1 HD, Antena 1, Antena 3 HD, Antena 3, Antena Stars HD, Antena Stars, Happy Channel HD, Happy Channel, ZU TV HD, ZU TV, Rock TV HD, Rock TV, Kiss TV HD, Kiss TV, Magic TV HD, Magic TV, Bucuresti TV HD, Bucuresti TV, Cinethronix TV, Columna TV, Travel Mix, Valea Prahovei TV, Orizont TV, Telestar 1 TV, Tradiții TV.
The complete list of TV channels available on InterLAN TVX Platform can be found here.
InterLAN supports the Euro-IX Fellowship Program in 2018. This program provides financial assistance to Internet Exchanges in difficulty in order to increase the Euro-IX membership.
Interlan Association is a full member of Euro-IX since 2008 and is supporting the Fellowship program since 2016.
You can find more details about this program here.
Feedback from fellows can be found here.