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Owing to the outbreak of the Coronavirus, i3D.net has taken steps to ensure ongoing ...
Opengear partners with i3D.net to keep hosting networks running worldwide.
7th consecutive FD Gazellen Award
i3D.net opens new PoP in Singapore.
i3D.net core routers have been successfully replaced by Juniper MX10008 routers.
We are proud to announce that we are a finalist for the Piet Heyn Award 2019.
Get to know ONE™ a one-stop shop for international game publishers - part three.
A look behind the scenes of global game hosting - part two.
An even better gaming experience is coming your way!
High performance Juniper Networks routing and i3D
Get to know ONE™ a one-stop shop for international game publishers - part two.
Direct peering in the UAE will improve video gaming experience.
A look behind the scenes of global game hosting - part one.
Get to know ONE™ a one-stop shop for international game publishers - part one.
We are proud to announce that i3D.net is now officially ISO 27001 certified.
i3D.net opened a new Point of Presence (PoP) in Moscow, Russia.
To strengthen online service and bring best in class experiences to players.
The nomination itself is a crowning achievement of our efforts so far.
The Rotterdam Entrepreneurship Award is a yearly event in the greater Rotterdam area.
The i3D.net network will be expanded by opening a point of presence (PoP) in Moscow.
Non-disruptive operations and performance, key for service level agreements.
From Chicago we'll serve Nothern America and Canada.
We greatly value the importance of privacy and data protection.
The acquisition has added over 1200 new servers to the i3D.net platform.
Get a demo at GDC of our One Platform with multi-cloud capabilities.
The i3D.net team has worked hard to make sure our clients are not affected.
i3D.net first foreign peering customer of Angonix, Angola’s Internet Exchange Point.
i3D.net faced application-specific attacks using UDP traffic.