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AMS-IX reaches new traffic peak of 10 Tbps

Thursday 8 April 2021 | 14:06 CET | News
AMS-IX measured a traffic peak of 10,012 Tbps at 10.00 pm on 7 April, a new traffic record for the Amsterdam internet exchange. AMS-IX said internet traffic has been surging for some time amid the coronavirus pandemic and continuing lockdown measures. Peak traffic of 9 Tbps was reached in November. The latest record was also boosted by exceptionally bad weather in the Netherlands, making even more people stay at home.

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Companies: AMS-IX
Countries: Netherlands
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