IonSwitch, LLC – AS 395970 – joined the RING today.
Ionswitch, LLC (AS395970) is a Seattle, Washington based provider of VPS, VDS, colocation and dedicated servers.
Users can connect to ionswitch01.ring.nlnog.net, which is located in Washington, United States.
ProfitBricks GmbH – AS 51862 – joined the RING today.
ProfitBricks GmbH is the first and only specialised cloud computing provider for Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) in Germany – thanks to its specially developed virtualization platform.
Users can connect to profitbricks01.ring.nlnog.net, which is located in Germany.
Adista – AS 16347 – joined the RING today.
As an Internet Services Provider, Adista provides an innovative approach to Information Technology for small businesses and public organisations. Its strength lies in its combined understanding of hosting, telecommunications and specialist IT knowledge. Thanks to a wide range of services – secure internet access, Voice over IP (VoIP), messaging and unified communication, videoconferencing, virtual private networks, disaster recovery, IT outsourcing, SaaS, etc. – Adista goes beyond conventional solutions and offers to each of its clients a custom turnkey Information System, giving improved efficiency, communication and major savings.
Users can connect to adista01.ring.nlnog.net, which is located in France.
RISE – AS 63927 – joined the RING today.
RISE is an ISP strongly focused in the Philippines, both for Enterprise dedicated internet and wholesale business.
Users can connect to rise01.ring.nlnog.net, which is located in Philippines.
AS3326 (Datagroup transit AS) – AS 3326 – joined the RING today.
Datagroup is a national leading communications provider in the telecommunication services market. s from its creation in 2000 PJSC Datagroup has become the serious player in the market of telecommunication technologies. Today, the operator keeps the leading positions in the main segments: data transmission, wideband Internet access, international transit of traffic, satellite communication. The company is the most stable, reliable and progressive fixed-line provider. Datagroup offers to its customers all kinds of professional telecommunication services. The main direction of its activity is the organization of channels for data transmission and the connection to the Internet, services of fixed-line and digital telephony, equipment installation, radio and satellite communications, videoconferencing and video surveillance. The company has created national network throughout Ukraine placing special emphases on its regions and become one of the geographic leaders in rendering communication services.
Users can connect to datagrouptransit01.ring.nlnog.net, which is located in Ukraine.
Grenode – AS 51083 – joined the RING today.
Grenode (AS 51083) is a non-profit network operator in France, created in 2009. It provides connectivity to its members, which are themselves non-profit organizations: small local ISPs and alternative hosting providers. Grenode has its roots in a Do-It-Yourself culture in line with the values of the Federation des fournisseurs d’access a Internet associatifs (https://www.ffdn.org/en/ , known as Federation FDN) and the emerging Community Networks movement: members are allowed and encouraged to actively participate in running the network. This provides incredible educational value for the volunteers that get involved: they learn how interconnection works, how to use BGP, how to troubleshoot reachability issues, etc.
Users can connect to grenode01.ring.nlnog.net, which is located in France.
Freifunk Frankfurt am Main e.V. – AS 64475 – joined the RING today.
Freifunk is a non-commercial wireless community network providing free and open internet access to the general public for that we are building the Freifunk mesh network in the metropolitan area of Frankfurt.
Users can connect to ffam01.ring.nlnog.net, which is located in Germany.
We are pleased to inform you that we now support Ubuntu 18.04 (Bionic Beaver)
for new ring node installs.
Unlike the migration to Ubuntu 16.04 we will not be performing a ‘big
bang’ upgrade of all existing ring nodes to release 18.04. Instead, we
will be asking each node owner to upgrade their own hosts. We will
contact all node owners with instructions in a couple of weeks.
We will be supporting Ubuntu 16.04 for some time to come. To simplify
our provisioning system we will most likely end our support before the
EOL date set by Canonical. Further updates on our plans will follow once
a timeline has been determined.
If you have any questions or concerns, please let us know.
I/P/B/ Internet Provider in Berlin GmbH – AS 20647 – joined the RING today.
I/P/B/ provides colocation in its own data centers (CarrierColo) with access to the highest carrier concentrations of Berlin in one single building. Additional services include IP Transit and Managed Hosting.
Users can connect to ipbde01.ring.nlnog.net, which is located in Germany.