Irish Neutral Exchange Joins Twitter And Reveals Data

INEX, the Irish Internet Exchange, where Irish ISPs and content providers “peer” has joined Twitter.

While an organisation’s presence on the social media network is hardly newsworthy in itself, the information that they *might* share with Irish internet users is potentially “geektastic”

For example:

The public traffic graphs that INEX make available reflect this:

It wasn’t that long ago that INEX was reporting peaks during office hours Irish time, mainly due to live streams of political debates and sporting events.

Over 50 Irish and international companies are now members of the exchange

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4 Responses to Irish Neutral Exchange Joins Twitter And Reveals Data

  1. Conn October 11, 2012 at 12:05 pm #

    I wonder if the change int he profile of traffic is down to Netflix? I know I’m sucking a lot more data in the evenings as Netflix replaces TV for me.

    • Michele October 11, 2012 at 1:11 pm #

      Conn – good question! I wonder if we can find out 🙂

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