Incorporated in 2009 by key Info-comm operators and supported by Info-communications Media Development Authority of Singapore, SGIX (Singapore Internet Exchange) is currently one of the leading open and neutral Internet Exchange in the region. As a non-profit Internet Exchange with peering points deployed across major data centres in Singapore, SGIX manages a distributed peering network that enables all peering members and peering participants to easily exchange Internet traffic in a cost-effective manner while improving their overall network performance.

SGIX’s members and participants consist of operators from Global and Domestic Carriers, IP Transit, Social Media, Video Streaming, Cloud, Content Distribution Network, Online Gaming, Educational Institutions, Research Organisation etc.

What they do

Singapore IX’s peering service is based on cost recovery model that enables efficient inter-connectivity of Internet traffic via high speed carrier-neutral exchange facilities in Singapore.

– Distributed peering network connected via gigabit connections.
– Service coverage augmented with selected domestic circuit partners.
– Providers and enterprises can now easily connect to Singapore IX regardless of where they are connecting from.

Why Singapore IX

For Local Retail Service Providers:
– Reduces operating costs as there is no need to establish multiple links to exchange traffic amongst themselves
– Enhances their delivery of the broadband services by reducing latency.

For International and Regional Service Providers:
– Extensive global connectivity;
– Effective exchange of international traffic.

For Content & Gaming providers:
– Enables content to reach out to local and regional users efficiently.