MYIX invests RM3.7mil on infrastructure upgrade


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  • Tuesday, 29 Oct 2013

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian Internet Exchange (MyIX) will be investing up to RM3.7mil to increase the bandwidth capacity of its central nodes interconnection to 40 giga bits per second (gbps) from 10 gpbs. 

"When we started in 2006, internet traffic consumption in Malaysia was only at 288 Megabits per second (Mbps) and a 10,000 Mbps capacity for the central node interconnection was more than sufficient," he said. 

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