It deals with the physical and dedicated interconnection (cross-connection) between the customer's racks and the operators present in the MMR or in the IX.Br. The physical connection can be delivered in electrical wiring (UTP) or optical wiring (SM/MM). It is an additional service, charged per link, according to the quantity, origin, destination and type of cabling.
Transit to the IX.Br traffic exchange point of the CGI.Br
IX.br provides the direct link, allowing many Autonomous Systems (AS) to exchange traffic directly. The interconnection of several AS in an IX, or Traffic Exchange Point (PTT), simplifies Internet transit and reduces the number of networks to a given destination. This improves quality, reduces costs and increases network resilience. It is also possible to offer or contract services on an IX, such as Internet traffic.
Matrix IX.Br Interconnection Products
PIX - INTERCONNECTION POINT:
- It includes the provision of dedicated physical ports, optical cabling, and transit capacity to the IX.BR Traffic Exchange Point
- The Customer AS will establish BGP sessions with the IX.Br AS. It will be up to the customer to deal with IX.Br for the availability and activation of remote physical ports to the Datacenter Matrix
CIX – CHANNEL TO IX:
- It contemplates the availability of logical ports, and transit capacity to the Traffic Exchange Point IX.BR
- The Customer AS will establish BGP sessions with the Matrix AS. It will be up to Matrix to deal with IX.Br for the availability and activation of remote logical ports to the Matrix Datacenter
For both cases (PIX and CIX), the customer has redundant telecommunications circuits, with a dual approach to two IX.Br points of presence in the city of São Paulo, for the establishment of the IX.Br Transit. For the circuit to be operational, it will be necessary to establish ports in Matrix and ports in IX.Br
The client is responsible for contracting services, establishing traffic exchange agreements, and implementing telecommunications circuits with third parties; including, but not limited to, entities such as IX.Br.