Faster browsing for Schools with NZIX

11 Feb 2015
School girls browsing the net

The New Zealand Internet Exchange (NZIX) is welcoming a significant new member, New Zealand Schools.

Operated by CityLink, the NZIX has been running since 1998. It has a subscriber base of more than 80 ISPs, leading Content Delivery Networks (CDN), as well as media networks and education networks. It offers multi-lateral and bi-lateral exchange of traffic between peers.

NZIX delivers an enhanced internet experience to New Zealand Schools, with connectivity to the government-funded Managed Network specifically designed and built for New Zealand’s 2500+ schools, by Network for Learning (N4L).

“By peering on NZIX, schools gain direct and shorter paths to internet content, resulting in reduced latency and an even faster internet experience. At the same time, subscribers of NZIX can deliver content directly to schools, increasing cost efficiency,” says CityLink Chief Executive Nick Willis.



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