Registrations are now open for this year’s AUSNOG conference being held in Melbourne in September.

IAA is delighted to be continuing its support of this conference as a gold sponsor of the 2019 event.

2019 is the 13th running of Australia’s premier technical and professional networking event for Internet Service Providers, Telcos, Hosting Providers, and Content Providers and is proving as popular as ever with early bird tickets selling out almost instantly.

Tickets are limited so don’t miss the opportunity to hear from industry experts from Australia and around the world, as well the chance to network and exchange ideas and experiences with your peers.

Registrations can be made via Eventbrite

Members of the IAA and IX Australia team will in attendance – if you are heading to AUSNOG make sure to drop by our stand for a chat.

We are thrilled to confirm IX Australia will be a Gold Sponsor of PeeringDB for the fourth year running.

PeeringDB is a freely available, user-maintained, database of networks, and the go-to location for interconnection data.

In recent years, the vision of PeeringDB has developed to keep up with the speed and diverse manner in which the Internet is growing. The database is no longer just for peering and peering related information. It now includes all types of interconnection data for networks, clouds, services, and enterprise, as well as interconnection facilities that are developing at the edge of the Internet.

IX Australia automatically exports peering IP allocation information allowing PeeringDB to stay current. We encourage all members to ensure your peering information is up to date to assist current and future members connect.

Built by the community, for the community, PeeringDB is the single largest repository of actionable peering information available. The database is a non-profit, community-driven initiative run and promoted by volunteers.

The volunteers who run the database are passionate about security, privacy, integrity, and validation of the data in the database.