• Digital Wolf

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    Public Peering

    The Public Peering VLAN, or ISP Unicast VLAN is the most common Internet Exchange service world-wide. Multiple networks connect to a de-centralized VLAN to setup peer to peer connections to members at multiple data centers through one or multiple ports.

    Benefits of Internet Exchange

    Any traffic exchanged within the LAN isn't billed. Therefore all traffic that you can reroute from your IP-Transit connections onto the Internet Exchange LAN will instantly start saving you money. The more peers you gather, the more traffic you can shift. Start peering today!

  • - PREFIXX -


    Selling your IPv4 space can however be challenging. There are many requirements and they are different in every region. As a registered IP brokerage firm with RIPE NCC and ARIN, Prefixx specializes in linking sellers to buyers and helping them through this process. We will help you identify buyers, prepare the necessary paperwork, walk you through all of the requirements and secure your transaction.


  • - XS Usenet -

    Usenet is a worldwide distributed discussion system available on computers. It was developed from the general-purpose Unix-to-Unix Copy (UUCP) dial-up network architecture. Tom Truscott and Jim Ellis conceived the idea in 1979, and it was established in 1980. Users read and post messages (called articles or posts, and collectively termed news) to one or more categories, known as newsgroups.

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    Shared Hosting

    Shared Hosting is the basic web Hosting plans every company offers irrespective of their size and market share since it is the most demanded by most of the customers and the pricing is super cheap. In a shared hosting environment, you are sharing your resources with other users in the same pool that means the resources allocated to you will be sharable to others as well. Suppose, anyone the customer from that pool violates the bandwidth allocated to him, the entire clients in that pool have to suffer and as an end result your web site will be down for some time.

    Here, again you have to think about what your requirement on hosting is and how much traffic you are going to receive in coming months, say for the next 6 months or 1 year time. If it is negligible say below 30k/month you can definitely go with a reasonable shared Hosting plan.subtitle here.

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