Established in the early 1990s as a not-for-profit organization, AMS-IX (Amsterdam Internet Exchange) is a neutral and independent Internet Exchange based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. It currently interconnects 900+ networks and operates seven Internet Exchanges worldwide. AMS-IX offers professional IP exchange services, also called peering services. These enable networks to offer stable, fast and costeffective Internet services to end-users and business customers.
In addition to fixed data and traditional ISPs, AMS-IX serves a very diverse and unique mix of Internet companies including international carriers, mobile operators, content providers, hosting and cloud companies, application providers, TV broadcasters, gaming companies and other related businesses - all unified in one community:
AMS-IX. AMS-IX also hosts the first mobile peering points worldwide: the Global GPRS Roaming Exchange (GRX), the Mobile Data Exchange (MDX), and the first interconnection of IPX networks (Inter-IPX).