Go Daddy - Case Study


Go Daddy.com is the world’s largest domain name registrar and manages over 57 million domains worldwide. IX Reach was approached to provide its industry leading peering services to allow Go Daddy to peer at the London Internet Exchange (LINX), from their current point of presence in Amsterdam.



Go Daddy.com is the world’s largest domain name registrar and manages over 57 million domains worldwide.

Since being founded in 1997 by Bob Parsons, Go Daddy have expanded their range of products and services to not only include domain name services, but to also offer website building capabilities, hosting and email tools.

Go Daddy are currently expanding into Europe after originally operating primarily in the USA.

IX Reach was approached to provide its industry leading peering services to allow Go Daddy to peer at the London Internet Exchange (LINX), from their current point of presence in Amsterdam.

IX Reach were chosen due to the hassle free, and efficient service it provides, allowing customers to connect to the worlds leading Internet Exchanges through its reliable and robust network.



IX Reach is a global leading provider of wholesale carrier services and bundled connectivity solutions for carriers, ISPs, content providers and networks, such as: IX Remote Peering, low latency Global high-Speed Point-to-Point and Point-to-Multipoint Capacity, extensive Metro Ethernet in major cities, BGP Transit, Cloud Connectivity solutions and Colocation.