InterLAN attends the fourth edition of the annual conference Smart Cities of Romania, which takes place at Crowne Plaza Hotel in Bucharest. The event wants to promote concepts and technologies, but especially the exchange of information and knowledge, gather in the latest projects.
Asociatia Interlan attends MUM Romania, which takes place at Radisson Blu Hotel in Bucharest. The purpose of the meeting is to present strategies for deploying new and innovative MikroTik RouterOS and RouterBoard hardware applications.
The Romania TV channel has become available via multicast streaming on the InterLAN TVX platform.
The complete list of TV channels available on InterLAN TVX Platform can be found here.
The RONOG 5 conference took place on 23 October 2018 at the JW Marriott Bucharest Grand Hotel. RONOG conference brings together professionals sharing the same interests while sharing a diversity of ideas, experiences and opinions with the most important people supporting the telecom community.
The event brought together representatives of the internet access service providers, data transmissions, Voice and TV over IP, cable TV, hosting companies and Internet domains as well as national telecom regulators, public authority institutions, security equipment vendors and security solutions.
As a positive outcome from the high content and presentations performed at RONOG 5, various media press agencies published online articles: Media Expres, Comunicate Wall-Street.ro, Softlead, Market Watch, Agerpres, Mediafax, Agora.
InterLAN attends the 8th edition of the annual conference ‘’The New Global Challenges in Cyber Security, organized by CERT-RO and ITU, that takes place between 15-17 of october 2018 at National Library, Bucharest. The topics for this year range from policy developments at European and International level, capacity building tools and initiatives, to the implementation of the new technologies in the cyber security field, as well as insight in the global threat landscape.
RIPE 77 Meeting takes place between 15 and 19 October in Amsterdam, Netherlands. InterLAN delegates attends RIPE 77 and participates during 5 days of presentations, tutorials, workshops and open discussions.
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.
Blizzard Entertainment becomes a traffic partner in InterLAN Internet Exchange. Blizzard Entertainment is a premier developer and publisher of entertainment software. The company became one of the most popular and well-respected makers of computer games. By focusing on creating well-designed, highly enjoyable entertainment experiences, Blizzard Entertainment has maintained an unparalleled reputation for quality since its inception.
TVSAT Media Group becomes a traffic partner in InterLAN Internet Exchange.
Asociatia Interlan together with ANISP, organized a press conference related with NETCITY Project in Bucharest.
The talks and debates were conducted by both president of the associations, Eric Andrei Baleanu (Asociatia Interlan) and Catalin Cuturelea (ANISP) along with other representatives of telecom industry: Dan Georgescu (Counselor of the Minister of Communications and President of AOTR – Association of Telecommunications Operators in Romania), Mihai Constantin (AOMR – Association of Mobile Operators in Romania), Marian Bumbar (General Counselor, Member of the Public Utilities Committee), Tiberiu Gîndu (ANISP, Executive Director) as well as other representatives of network operators.
During the conference, the representatives of the operators complained that the failure to comply with the legal conditions regarding the implementation of the ANCOM Opinion issued in 2013 for the metropolitan Netcity network and the carelessness of the national regulator of telecommunications (ANCOM), which faild to issue a decision in this respect two years ago, lead to the extinction of the small and medium-sized operators on the market and, implicitly, the disappearence of competition with direct negative effects on end-users.
Eric Andrei Băleanu stated that 10 years ago Romania was placed first in Europe and on third place in the world at Internet connection speeds, and in the present days we are currently out of the top 10. Nicolae Căpuşeanu (Dynamic Distribution) and Adrian Calineata (Pronet Soluții IT) pointed out the problems faced by small operators in relation to Netcity, and how this non-compliant project threatens their bankruptcy business.
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