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MyIX Updates by Raja Mohan Marappan, MyIX

  1. 1. 19th September 2022 The Vertical Kuala Lumpur
  2. 2. 1. IXP 2. Growth 3. POP 4. Value Added Services 5. Membership 6. Charges 7. Latest updates AGENDA
  3. 3. Peering without Local Internet Exchange: traffic goes out & comes back in (“Boomerang”) 2 Global Internet Downstream Customers Downstream Customers MY ISP-A MY ISP-B
  4. 4. Internet Traffic Model “Boomerang” (In the absence a Local Internet Exchange) is inefficient Hong Kong Kuala Lumpur Shah Alam Colorado 1 2 3 1 2 3 Kuala Lumpur Colorado Hong Kong Shah Alam The local traffic is re routed internationally before reaching its destination (Boomerang Effect) TMNet AS4788 SingTel AS7473 Maxis AS9543 Time AS9930 MIX Jaring AS2400 DiGi AS4818 Hutchison AS9304 Verio AS2914 Verizon AS701 Teleglobe/VSNL AS6453 International carriers
  5. 5. With a Local Internet Exchange, domestic traffic is routed locally and is efficient is inefficient 4 Global Internet Downstream Customers Downstream Customers MY ISP-A MY ISP-B
  6. 6. MyIX brings savings & quality to industry Keeps domestic traffic within a country/region without having to take indirect international route “ keep local traffic local” Savings on International bandwidth and IP transit costs Improved throughput and latency performance Better user experience
  7. 7. MyIX was formed with MCMC support Malaysia Internet Exchange (MyIX) established in September 2006 Seeding fund from MCMC (2006-2010) Support from regulator, MCMC Neutral, 1st Internet Exchange in Malaysia National Internet Exchange Operated by the industry via Persatuan Pengendali Internet Malaysia Managed by Elected Committee (bi-annually in Annual General Meeting)
  8. 8. Operating for industry benefit Non-profit, Self sustainable since 2011 Income § Membership fee § Port fee Expenses § Network infrastructure & related support services § Satellite Nodes § Co location § Administration Surplus § Own office with training facility § Network Upgrades § Satellite Nodes § Value added services for members ( training, forum, portal )
  9. 9. Significant Growth in Members & Traffic (Aug 2022) 0.3 3.8 3.8 5.8 8 11.2 22.6 37.4 77.4 135 201 245 391 493 779 1425 1587 -220 -20 180 380 580 780 980 1180 1380 1580 1780 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 Ordinary Member Associate Member Peering Partner Max Utilization (Gbps)
  10. 10. Point of Presence Central Region Ø AIMS Data Centre (Menara AIMS) Ø Telekom Malaysia (CX1, Cyberjaya) Satellite Nodes Ø Setia Commercial Centre, Kuching Ø Iskandar Puteri Core Data Centre, Johor Ø CJ1, Cyberjaya Ø KVDC, Cyberjaya Ø AIMS, Cyberjaya
  11. 11. MyIX today is well connected and recognized regionally by key internet players 130 different networks connected ~1.6 Tbps Peak traffic Supports both IPv4/IPv6 dual stack As part of good internet ecosystem, foreign players have set presence since 2010 We have almost all local ISP, mobile operators, hosting companies, regional operators and global content providers Bridging Networks, Empowering Peering Communities
  12. 12. Value Added Services Route Server Looking Glass (include #ASN) F-Root, I-Root, M-Root DNS PCH RPKI Speed test Server (*MCMC) Training (collaboration with APNIC) Portal for members/peers ü View port traffic utilization ü View peering traffic between networks ü Prefixes Management
  13. 13. Membership Ordinary (NSP) Associate (Hosting, DC, Other) Peering Partners (International) Recent changes to membership policy ▷ Admission of enterprises
  14. 14. MyIX Charges Membership fee, RM 2,500 per annum Port charges (1G, 10G, 100G)
  15. 15. MRC Port Charges from FY 2019
  16. 16. Upgrade/Changes during MCO to cater for growth Increased core network capacity from 100G to 200G Commissioned 3 Satellite Nodes Admission of Enterprises New logo to reflect Malaysia's progression into a fully- fledged digital economy, with internet connectivity being the key enabler
  17. 17. Summary ISP/Mobile/Hosting/DC Operators/ University/ Government Agency/Regional ISP /Global Content Players (Diverse Networks) Open for all ASN including Enterprises Uniqueness ü Non-profit, Service Oriented ü Largest public peering exchange in Malaysia ü Operate by Industry ü Incumbent peering ü Stakeholders ü Support from regulator

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