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This is a list of Internet Exchange Points by size, measured by peak incoming data rate (throughput), with additional data on location, establishment and average throughput.

Generally only exchanges with more than one gigabit per second throughput have been taken into consideration. The numbers in the list represent switched traffic only (no private interconnects) and are rounded to whole gigabits. Take into consideration that traffic on each exchange point can change quickly, and be seasonal.

This list is not exhaustive, as it includes only exchanges willing to make traffic data public on their website. Particularly data of IXPs from the United States is hard to come by. Examples of large peering points without public data are FreeIX, NAP of the Americas or PacketExchange.

Short name Name City Country Established Members Throughput (Gbit/s) maximum Throughput (Gbit/s) average Values updated
DE-CIX Deutscher Commercial Internet Exchange [1] Frankfurt am Main  Germany 1995 328 1994 610 11 March 2010
AMS-IX Amsterdam Internet Exchange [2] Amsterdam  Netherlands 1997[1] 351 938 591 11 March 2010
LINX London Internet Exchange [3] London  United Kingdom 1994 332 614[2] 406[2] 11 March 2010
Equinix Equinix Exchange [4] London, Paris, Amsterdam, Frankfurt am Main, Munich, Zürich, Geneva, New York, Washington D.C., Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, San Jose, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Singapore, Sydney  United States,  Europe, Asia - Pacific 1998 386 460 302
JPNAP Japan Network Access Point [5] Tokyo and Osaka  Japan 2001 44[3] 248[3] 170[3]
MSK-IX Moscow Internet Exchange [6] Moscow  Russia 1995 289 246 181 17 March 2010
Netnod Netnod Internet Exchange in Sweden [7] Stockholm, Malmö, Sundsvall, Gothenburg, Luleå  Sweden 1997 50[4] 176[4] 97[4]
BIX Budapest Internet Exchange [8] Budapest  Hungary 1996 50 150[5] 66
JPIX Japan Internet Exchange [9] Tokyo  Japan 1997 113 132 88
Any2 Any2 Exchange [10] Los Angeles, San Jose, Miami, Washington DC, Boston, Chicago, Reston, New York  USA 2005 220 115 85 3 March 2010
ESPANIX Spain Internet Exchange [11] Madrid  Spain 1997 45 105 74
HKIX Hong Kong Internet eXchange [12] Hong Kong  Hong Kong 1995 84+36 103 65
NIX.CZ Neutral Internet eXchange of the Czech Republic [13] Prague  Czech Republic 1996 91 100 54
PLIX Polish Internet eXchange [14] Warsaw  Poland 2006 132 83 50 3 March 2010
PaNAP Paris NAP [15] Paris  France 2005 141 73 N/A
NYIIX New York International Internet eXchange [16] New York  USA 1996 102 72 52
UA-IX Ukrainian Internet Exchange Network [17] Kiev  Ukraine 2000 94 60[6] 34
NL-ix Netherlands Internet Exchange [18] Aalsmeer, Almere, Alphen a/d Rijn, Amsterdam, Arnhem, Capelle a/d IJssel, Ede, Haarlem, Hilversum, Oude Meer, Rijen, Rotterdam, Schiphol-Rijk, Steenbergen  Netherlands 2002 240 56 37 11 March 2010
KINX Korea Internet Neutral eXchange [19] Seoul  South Korea 2000 53 56 35
MIX Milan Internet eXchange [20] Milan  Italy 2000 76 54[7] 34[7]
SIX Seattle Internet Exchange [21] Seattle  USA 1997 132 43 30
TorIX The Toronto Internet Exchange [22] Toronto  Canada 1998 150 36 20
ECIX European Commercial Internet Exchange [23] Düsseldorf, Berlin, Hamburg  Germany 2003 105 30 15
SIX Slovak Internet eXchange [24] Bratislava and Košice  Slovakia 1996 48 30 14
NIX Norwegian Internet eXchange [25] Oslo  Norway 1993 62 26 11
InterLAN Romanian Internet Exchange [26] Bucharest  Romania 2005 56 25[6] 13 22 February 2010
GR-IX Greek Internet eXchange [27] Athens  Greece 1997 14 25 16 [8]
FICIX Finnish Communication and Internet Exchange [28] Espoo, Helsinki, Oulu  Finland 1993 27[9] 24[9] 14[9]
TOP-IX Torino Piemonte Internet point eXchange [29] Turin  Italy 2002 65 24 10
VIX Vienna Internet eXchange [30] Vienna  Austria 1996 86 23 8
BNIX Belgium National Internet eXchange [31] Brussels  Belgium 1995 44 23  ? 11 March 2010
LONAP London Network Access Point [32] London  United Kingdom 1997 90 19 8 9 March 2010
SPB-IX Saint-Petersburg Internet Exchange [33] Saint-Petersburg  Russia 93 18 5
SFINX Service for French Internet eXchange [34] Paris  France 1995 85 17[10]  ?
BIX.BG Bulgarian Internet eXchange [35] Sofia  Bulgaria 2009 29 16 9
SIX Slovenian Internet Exchange [36] Ljubljana  Slovenia  ? 16 15[10]  ?
PARIX Paris Internet eXchange [37] Paris  France 2001 44 15[11] 11
Pipe IX Pipe IX [38] Australia  Australia 2002 60+ 13 13
NaMeX Nautilus Mediterranean Exchange [39] Rome  Italy 1995 23 13 2
PTT Metro - São Paulo PTT Metro - São Paulo [40] São Paulo  Brazil 2004 52 11 6
DIX Danish Internet Exchange Point [41] Lyngby  Denmark 1994 45 11 N/A
BCIX Berlin Commercial Internet Exchange [42] Berlin  Germany 2002 47 9 2
AtlantaIX Atlanta Internet Exchange [43] Atlanta  USA 2003 44 9 3
LAIIX Los Angeles International Internet eXchange [44] Los Angeles  USA 1996 40 8 2
Pacific Wave Seattle Network-to-Network Access Point [45] Seattle  USA 1998 28 8 1
GigaPix Gigabit Portuguese Internet eXchange [46] Lisbon  Portugal 1995 20 8[6] 5
NIXI National Internet Exchange of India [47] Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad  India 2003 30+ 7.4 5 18 February 2010
WIX Warsaw Internet eXchange [48] Warsaw  Poland 2002 43 6 3
RoNIX Romanian Network for Internet eXchange [49] Bucharest  Romania 2001 30 6 3
TWIX Taiwan Internet Exchange [50] Taipei  Taiwan 1996 35 5 2
INEX Internet Neutral Exchange [51] Dublin  Ireland 1996 45 6 3
SwissIX Swiss Internet eXchange [52] Zürich  Switzerland 2001 115 5 3 24 February 2010
IIX Israeli Internet Exchange [53] Petah Tikva  Israel 1996 14 5 1
TIX Telehouse Internet Exchange [54] Zürich  Switzerland 1999 62 4 2
INXS Internet Exchange Point Munich [55] Munich  Germany 1994 42 3 0
WORK-IX WORK-IX [56] Hamburg  Germany 2002 34 3 1
TIX Tallinn Internet eXchange [57] Tallinn  Estonia 2002 13 2 1
PTTMetro - Curitiba PTTMetro - Curitiba [58] Curitiba  Brazil 15 1 0.5
CIXP CERN Internet Exchange Point [59] CERN, Geneva, Zürich  Switzerland 1989 44 1 N/A
CATNIX Catalunya Neutral Internet Exchange Point [60] Barcelona  Spain 1999? 21 1 0.3

Notes

  1. ^ AMS-IX was established unofficially in 1994.
  2. ^ a b Public Exchange traffic only
  3. ^ a b c Includes all 3 sites: Tokyo I, Tokyo II, and Osaka
  4. ^ a b c Includes all 6 sites: Stockholm A & B, Malmoe, Sundsvall, Gothenburg, and Lulea
  5. ^ http://asva.info/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/bix_2010_eveleje.png
  6. ^ a b c data for 24-hour period, could change frequently
  7. ^ a b Sum of public peering and private peering
  8. ^ http://www.gr-ix.gr/services/statistics/grix-aix-total/
  9. ^ a b c Includes all 3 sites: Espoo, Helsinki and Oulu
  10. ^ a b on-line data unavailable; sample from March 2009 Euro-IX presentation
  11. ^ current data as of December 2006 unavailable; sample from 2006-09-29

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