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MyIX Updates by Raja Mohan

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MyIX Updates by Raja Mohan

  1. 1. Agenda q  Background q  Nodes q  Major Milestones q  Members Growth q  Traffic Growth q  Membership Drive
  2. 2. Without Local Internet Exchange Global Internet Downstream Customers Downstream Customers MY ISP-A MY ISP-B
  3. 3. With Local Internet Exchange Global Internet HK ISP-A HK ISP-B MyIX Downstream Customers Downstream Customers MY ISP-A MY ISP-B
  4. 4. IX Advantages ü  Keeps domestic traffic within a country “local traffic local” ü  Reduced bandwidth costs ü  Improved throughput and latency ü  Better user experience
  5. 5. MyIX Background q Established in Dec 2006 q Funded by government, support from regulator, MCMC q Started with 16 members, 3 sites (KL) q Manage and operate by industry q Non – profit, Phase 1, Phase 2 q Layer 2, Open peering
  6. 6. Peering Nodes (Central) 1st  Floor,  Menara  Aik   Hua,   Cangkat  Raja  Chulan,   Kuala  Lumpur   Ground  Floor  Telco  Room,   Bangunan  INTAC   Technology  Park  Malaysia,     Bukit  Jalil,  Kuala  Lumpur   CSF1     Jalan  Teknokrat  6   CyberJaya  ,  Selangor   10  Gbps Ring
  7. 7. Peering Nodes (Regional) Level  7,  Menara  Ansar,   65  Jalan  Trus,   80000  Johor  Bahru,   Johor   Lower  Ground,   Wisma  SESCO,   Jalan  Bako,Petra  Jaya   93673  Kuching,  Sarawak.   Likas  Square  Commercial  Centre   1  Lorong  Likas  Squere   Jalan  IsOadat   88400  Kota  Kinabalu,  Sabah.   Ground  Floor,  ICT  HUB   Jalan  Putra  Square  4,   Putra  Square,     25200  Kuantan,Pahang.   Level  2,     Menara  Suntech  @  Penang   Cybercity,   Jalan  Lintang  Mayang  Pasir,   11950  Penang   10  Gbps Ring
  8. 8. 1. Network Upgrade
  9. 9. Type of Charges ü  Annual Membership fee ü  Recurring Charges o  Port o  Bandwidth
  10. 10. 2. Port Charge Model ü  Membership grown ü  Most of IX charge port based ü  More demand for bandwidth ü  Lower cost of per Mbps ü  To attract International Players ü  Effective Q3/2014
  11. 11. Membership q  Ordinary member ü  Local NSP ü ASN ü  Voting right q  Associate member ü  Local company ü ASN ü  Non Voting member
  12. 12. 3. Admission of Peering Partners ü  ASN ü Any other organization local or foreign ü  By invitation ü  Talk to us (peering@myix.my)
  13. 13. New Members o  Fiber at Home City Networks Sdn Bhd o  Acoda Networks Sdn Bhd o  Fibercomm Networks (M) Sdn Bhd o  Everworks IDC Sdn Bhd o  Net2One Sdn Bhd
  14. 14. Peering Partners o  Google o  Microsoft o  Facebook o  Amazon o  Akamai o  Twitter o  HGC o  MyREN o  Biznet o  ISC o  Netnod
  15. 15. Members & Traffic Growth 16 16 23 25 28 44 51 60 63 288 2790 3895 5780 7950 11162 22559 37416 66695 0 10000 20000 30000 40000 50000 60000 70000 80000 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Mbps MyIX Peers Max Bandwidth Utilization Members Bandwidth
  16. 16. Peering Traffic Stats for Jan-June 2013/2014 22,511 25,321 25,050 23,197 27,778 26,032 39,025 44,554 44,806 53,898 62,916 61,771 JAN FEB MAC APR MAY JUNE Maximum Traffic Maximum Traffic 73 % 76 % 79 % 132 % 126 % 137 %
  17. 17. Local ASN vs Other ASN Peering Traffic Jan-July 2014 32144 6880 37517 7037 35487 9319 41379 12519 47820 15096 44748 17023 49901 16794 0 10000 20000 30000 40000 50000 60000 Msian (Mbps) Other key Internet Providers Jan-14 Feb-14 Mar-14 Apr-14 May-14 Jun-14 Jul-14
  18. 18. Membership Drive ü  Content providers ü  Educational Institution
  19. 19. Thank you peering@myix.my raja.mohan@myix.my http://www.myix.my

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