Southeast Network Access Point (SNAP)
SNAP was formed in response to industry demand for advanced IX global peering technologies. Initially, SNAP will initially offer 100 Mbps to 10Gbps access ports; and both IPv4 and IPv6 peering. Route servers will allow networks to simplify their peering operations, while the SNAP will permit other traditional peering models utilizing either user-managed peering or VLANs as needed to meet member objectives.
- Powered by Brocade’s Ethernet switching solution, SNAP offers 1Gbps or 10Gbps access ports, as well as both IPv4 and IPv6 peering.
- Offers ubiquitous access for service providers worldwide, utilizing ground-breaking protocols to integrate disparate networks and manage hybrid environments.
- Utilizes leading SDN Architecture providing benefits for network and service customizability, improved operations and increased performance.
- Uses open standard technology, allowing the path of packets through the network of switches to be determined by resilient software running on multiple servers.