NetherLight, SURF's open light path exchange, makes it easy to set up light paths with collaborative partners both in the Netherlands and abroad. NetherLight can also be used to connect service providers, so they can be accessed using light paths..
Participants NetherLight open networkexchange
NetherLight is operated by SURF, the Dutch network organisation for education and research. Please contact SURF if you have any questions about NetherLight.
The NetherLight open light path exchange is a major hub for international light paths. NetherLight connects direct high-bandwidth links to and from locations the world over, including Chicago, Mumbai, Geneva, Moscow, New York, London, Stockholm and Prague. Through ANA-300G, we also offer superfast links between the United States, Canada and Europe.
Participating service providers
Providers of computing, storage, telephony services and more can also be connected to NetherLight. All education and research institutions connected to SURF can set up light paths to these providers (provided that they are clients of the provider concerned). This allows the provider to offer services via NetherLight and the SURF broadband network without loss of quality or security.
Education and research institutions
For further information on light paths to service providers or international light paths, please contact SURF Customer Support at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|University of Amsterdam||The Netherlands|
For further information on offering your service via NetherLight, please contact Alexander van den Hil at email@example.com.