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General information

DATAIX is the international allocated and secured peer-to-peer network for traffic exchange between telecom operators and content generators.

40 points of presence in the unified traffic exchange network are located in 8 countries: the Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan.

You can find information about the participants of the DATAIX peer-to-peer network in Looking Glass, RIPE NCC.

IX DDoS Protection

A unique service for protection against DDoS attacks inside the DATAIX peer-to-peer network, is available to DATAIX participants at no additional cost.

To connect the service, participants must allow the reception /32 prefixes with community 0:65500 from the DATAIX server router.

Direct access

Direct access

to the most popular internet resources
Up to 40% of traffic

Up to 40% of traffic

switch to the best routes
New features

New features

unique peer-to-peer resources
Free trial period

Free trial period

for new members
Reducing costs

Reducing costs

to external internet access channels
Protection against DDoS attacks within the network

Protection against DDoS attacks within the network

for all DATAIX participants

Our idea

Creation of a geographically distributed peer-to-peer network for traffic exchange between operators and content generators.


Points of presence in a merged DATAIX traffic exchange network


The Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan


The length of the GlobalNet backbone networks

Currently, the project involves


internet service providers


content generators

Participant type
All participants

ASN number: 47541


ASN number: 15169


ASN number: 13238


ASN number: 47764

Customer reviews


TELE2 became a member of the DATAIX network in 2019."We would like to thank the GlobalNet team for their pr...

А. А. Alibaeva

KazTransCom JSC arranged DATAIX testing in May 2018"We want to note the professional approach and quality s...

S.U. Klimov
S.U. KlimovMilekom LLC

"Since 2012, DATAIX has been an irreplaceable partner for us to connect to many content resources of the Ru...

General Director A. G. Arama
General Director A. G. AramaX-Trim LLC

X-Trim has been working together with GlobalNet since 2016.Good connectivity, a large list of connected net...

Team Intersvyaz
Team IntersvyazIntersvyaz CJSC

GlobalNet/DATAIX is a priority operator for us to connect to many local and global content generators. In p...

Lyubov Vasilyeva
Lyubov VasilyevaFirst TVCH

"Satellite broadcasting of a signal depends on many factors, such as weather, coverage area, changes in the...

RaskomRaskom CJSC

Our company carries out traffic exchange to improve connectivity. We have been working with GlobalNet for a...

S. Ibragimov, General Director
S. Ibragimov, General DirectorMayak Network LLC

«On behalf of the «Mayak network» company I congratulate you on that event (DATAIX's note: FACEBOOK connect...

A. Y. Shurygin, General Director
A. Y. Shurygin, General DirectorThe First Internet Channel JSC

Using the DATAIX network for signal transmission, the First Internet Channel TV Company was able to signifi...

UfanetUfanet JSC

Ufanet has been cooperating with GlobalNet since 2011.The Globalnet/DATAIX team is very attentive to the ne...

Stefan Stankov, Senior Network Engineer
Stefan Stankov, Senior Network EngineerTelehouse Bulgaria

Telehouse BulgariaStefan Stankov Senior Network EngineerGreat platform, great opportunities, never had an o...

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