The Internet Association of Australia (IAA) works with a range of large and small organisations to further grow industry connections and resources for our Members.
AWS is a secure cloud services platform, offering compute power, database storage, content delivery and other functionality to help organizations scale and grow.
.au Domain Administration Ltd (auDA) is the policy authority and industry self-regulatory body for the .au domain space.
In December 2000, the Australian Government formally endorsed auDA as the appropriate body to administer the .au domain space. The Government holds reserve powers in relation to domain names under the Telecommunications Act 1997.
AXONVX: The new way to connect
In the new digital age, being connected is everything. In today’s hyperconnected world, the ability to connect to your clouds, carriers and data centres without limitation is crucial.
Unite your clouds and networks
AXONVX is a virtual interconnectivity platform that gives you complete control over building and manage your own custom hybrid solution.
Create secure, high performance connections between your data centres, clouds and carrier services in real-time, as and when you need them.
Improve business agility with on-demand connectivity
Offering scalable bandwidth capabilities via a flexible consumption plan that is billed by the hour, you will only ever pay for what you use.
Take back control and drive cost and performance efficiencies back to your organisation.
The European Internet Exchange Association (Euro-IX) gathers 83 IXPs around the world. It was formed in May 2001 with the intention to develop, strengthen and improve the Internet Exchange Point (IXP) community. A number of IXPs recognised a need to combine their resources in order to coordinate technical standards, develop common procedures, share and publish statistics and other useful information. This would in turn give all interested parties a better insight into the world of IXPs.
IX Australia Member owned not-for-profit Peering Services At IX Australia we have built on the success of WA-IX, a multi-lateral peering exchange established in 1997 by the Internet Association of Australia Inc. (formerly Western Australian Internet Association Inc.).
There are several open, neutral Internet exchanges operating in New Zealand where participants can find others who wish to exchange IP traffic in a cost effective manner.
PeeringDB facilitates the exchange of information related to Peering.
Specifically, we are a database of networks that are peering, where they are peering, and if they are likely to peer with you. If you don’t know what peering is, and/or you don’t currently engage in peering, this probably won’t have any meaning for you