Gransy s.r.o. – AS 60592 – joined the RING today.
We are a webhosting and domain registrar located in Czech Republic with aditional services ie. Anycast DNS. We are also provider Anycast DNS for ccTLDs (now KE, SS, ZM).
Users can connect to gransy01.ring.nlnog.net, which is located in Czech Republic.
Mauve Mailorder Software GmbH & Co. KG – AS 48821 – joined the RING today.
Mauve Mailorder Software is an eCommerce Software Solution Provider from Essen (Germany) specialized in providing online shop and ERP solutions for pharmacies.
Users can connect to mauve01.ring.nlnog.net, which is located in Germany.
G-Core Labs S.A. – AS 199524 – joined the RING today.
G-Core Labs is an international cloud and edge leader in content delivery, hosting, and security solutions for any business, headquartered in Luxembourg, whose global infrastructure is included in the Guinness Book of Records. G-Core Labs provides a wide range of services for customers of all industries that develop their business online. The company’s services include managed hosting, content delivery network (CDN), advanced media platform for professional broadcasts and streaming of any complexity, protection against DDoS attacks of any level, cloud content storage, etc. G-Core Labs built its own global infrastructure on all continents (over 100 nodes in reliable Tier 3 data centers) with the best CDN performance in Europe, Russia, and the CIS.
Users can connect to gcore01.ring.nlnog.net, which is located in Luxembourg.
atom86 – AS 8455 – joined the RING today.
We build, design and manage infrastructures where fast, reliable and high-quality connectivity is mission critical. Resolving our customers connectivity challenges and optimizing their infrastructure is our biggest motivation. We make sure our customers are connected and stay connected.
Users can connect to atom01.ring.nlnog.net, which is located in Netherlands.
Verein zur Foerderung freier Netze Region Mittlerer Oberrhein e.V. – AS 202329 – joined the RING today.
Educational backbone network operator behind Freifunk Karlsruhe, an open and free network located in Karlsruhe, Germany.
Users can connect to freifunkkr01.ring.nlnog.net, which is located in Germany.
LONAP – AS 8330 – joined the RING today.
The London Access Point [LONAP] was first established in 1997 as a ‘not for profit’ Internet Exchange Point for London. Today, our growing list of active members includes global brands, London businesses, FTSE100 companies, ISPs, network operators and content providers all of which are joint stakeholders in the organisation. LONAP members exchange traffic using a network of interconnected switches hosted in our data centres across the City of London and Docklands.
Users can connect to lonap01.ring.nlnog.net, which is located in United Kingdom.
We are pleased to announce that this week we have reached the milestone of 500 active ring nodes!
The NLNOG RING started in december 2010 as a debugging tool for Dutch network operators to troubleshoot connectivity problems between their networks. Over the last nine years we’ve seen a steady growth and international expansion. We now have presence in 441 autonomous systems, spread over 55 countries on 6 continents.