Peering is a way to exchange traffic with another party (typically a transit provider or content provider) via a direct connection. No third party networks are involved and usually neither party incurs a cost for the traffic exchanged, unless it is a paid peering arrangement (less common).
At GPF 12.0 in NYC this week, Zenlayer expanded its peering network in Europe and Asia, and now has over 300 global peers.
In this blog, we discuss the top three benefits of peering.Read More
Zenlayer joins Microsoft, Facebook and others in supporting PeeringDB, an online database that facilitates the exchange of information related to Peering. Since its inception in 2004, PeeringDB has become the default location for Internet peering data.
Zenlayer has been actively building up its peering network and now has close to 300 global peers.Read More