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UNIFI-IX brings its internet exchange network to Dublin

Thursday 8 December 2016 | 10:43 CET | News
UNIFI-IX, a internet exchange operator founded in 2016 in the UK, said it has switched on its international internet exchange in Dublin, the fourth city to be connected to its 100 gigabit network. The opening of the new internet exchange will see 5 jobs created in the first twelve months, and an investment of EUR 600,000. Both figures are expected to rise as UNIFI-IX grows its global footprint.

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Countries: Ireland
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