2018 peak at 391Gbps, over 70x increase from 5.8Gbps recorded in ‘09 MyIX plans more training, knowledge sharing, will co-host Peering Asia 3.0
Emerging economies are scaling up capabilities to become high-growth nations with a robust digital backbone.
A very good indication of how massively the country’s Internet landscape is speedily developing.
The average monthly highest peak point for data traversed per second within the MyIX exchange was 222.3Gbps, as compared to 16.4Gbps previously.
In boost to its ambitions to develop a world class internet ecosystem in Malaysia, MyIX will invite more international peering partners to join it.
Malaysia Internet Exchange in talks with regional ISPs, Netflix
MyIX announces the completion of an upgrade to the country’s central node capacity from 40Gbps to 100Gbps to meet Internet traffic growth until 2018-2019.
For August 2016, Internet data exchanged that transversed over the National Internet Exchange nodes reached a new high point of 170.474 Gbps – the highest ever recorded in the country’s history.
Malaysia Internet Exchange (MyIX) has reduced its port fees for all Malaysian ISPs and other members effective April 1, it announced at its 8th annual general meeting (AGM) recently.
With two new submarine cable systems connecting to Malaysia this year, the cost to deliver broadband connectivity will be lower over the near-to-medium-term, according to MyIX.