Building Distributed Internet Exchanges With Cloud Xpress

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Download The demand for Internet Exchange (IX) services drives continued, rapid expansion of IX facilities. Leading IX providers often operate multiple facilities within a single metro area and interconnect them to operate as a single, large scale, Distributed Internet Exchange. Learn how Infinera's Cloud Xpress is helping Internet Exchange providers:
- Dramatically increase capacity between facilities
- Deploy in minutes without optical expertise
- Provide simple connections, as easy as a cross-connect
- Lower operating costs as much as 30-60%

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