Redge Media CDN has joined EPIX, the largest independent traffic exchange in Poland.
EPIX belongs to the MiSOT Group, which provides its partner with global transits of Tier 1 operators as well as domestic and international broadband transmissions.
Commenting on the development, Krzysztof Czuszek, VP of Mi?OT and leader of the EPIX project, said: “Thanks to this cooperation, EPIX participants and their clients have direct access to the content distributed by Redge Media CDN, including Player.pl and PlayNOW.pl video content. They are available free of charge as part of the Open Peering EPIX services at the nodes in Warsaw and Katowice, soon in Poznan and the new EPIX location in Jaworzno”.
Access to EPIX – the largest IXP traffic exchange node in Poland – secures Redge Media CDN content distribution to nearly 1,000 telecommunications operators serving over half of the individual customers in Poland.
Czuszek added: “Redge Media CDN gained access to our EPIXs, broadcasts, transits, and its clients gained the shortest way to their audience”.
Wojtek Turak, director of Redge Media Video Delivery Platform at Redge Technologies, said: “Redge Media CDN already supports traffic at the level of nearly 2 terabits per second. Cooperation with the MiSOT group will translate into other hundreds of gigabits per second of network capacity in critical locations – in Poland and the Czech Republic”.
Redge Media CDN is one of the largest CDN class systems in the CEE region.