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Infrastructure and Community Development Partnerships

Building resilient infrastructure and fostering collaborative communities requires support from partners.

We are honored to have invaluable partnership with:

Flexoptix horizontal logo

We partner with Flexoptix to provide optical transceivers and technical trainings to the Internet exchange points (IXPs).

ICANN logo

We work with ICANN to fulfill the IXP Initiative of the Coalition for Digital Africa to support the development of a robust and secure Internet infrastructure in Africa.

IXP Manager logo

IXP Manager is an open-source tool used by more than 130 IXPs globally. IXP Manager has been our great partner for over four years. In 2020, we supported IXP Manager as a platinum patron, and we continue to strengthen our partnership to support the development of IXPs.

Meta logo

The Internet Society and Meta collaborate to promote IXP infrastructure development, training, and community engagement to increase the number of IXPs and support the expansion of existing IXPs across the world.

Regional IXP Associations

African IXP Association logo

We partner with the African IXP Association (Af-IX) to organize the AfPIF and Virtual Peering Series – Africa events, as well as other IXP development activities such as capacity building, measurement projects, etc.

Asia Pacific Internet Exchange Association logo

Asia Pacific Internet Exchange Association (APIX) is our newest partner to coordinate and support IXP development activities in Asia-Pacific.

Latin America and Caribbean IXPs logo

We are piloting a program with LACNIC to support IXPs in the early stages. Together we are involved in capacity and community building activities for IXPs, including MANRS IXP program.

European Internet Exchange Association logo

We partner with the European Internet Exchange Association (EURO-IX) to support IXP development through their fellowship program and IXP database project.

To grow, the Internet needs a strong community behind it.

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