Telecom operators have two interconnection services that allow their networks to connect directly and indirectly to the Internet: peering and transit. If these two terms answer the same need, to facilitate the Internet traffic, they remain different in their aspect.
By connecting their cache servers to the Casablanca IXP, CDNs (Content Distribution Networks) manage to place themselves closer to their audience. Access latencies to cached resources are radically improved. This results in a significantly improved quality of service perceived by users.
The Casablanca IXP (CAS-IX) is not only a melting pot of the main internet and telecom operators in Morocco, it is also a key gathering point for financial sector organizations and operators. In particular, CAS-IX is equipped with secure interconnection means specially designed to meet the expectations of players in the financial sector.
The Casablanca IXP is the true entry point to the Moroccan cloud computing market, and is also a major lever for the democratization of access to very low latency cloud services for the Moroccan public. By positioning yourself at the Casablanca IXP today, you will gain a competitive advantage over providers who use traditional single-operator internet links to serve Morocco.