Ministry of Education

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Message from Director

1 day ago

NIXA is a physical infrastructure that helps Internet Service Providers exchange traffic between their networks locally which boots internet speed and decrease internet bandwidth cost which affects ISP’s business and provide secure and reliable Internet Exchange Services. Connecting Afghan ISP companies, and Facebook cache with NIXA, ISP’s will get faster and cheaper internet exchanged locally. NIXA will create opportunity for entrepreneurships and application developers to start hosting services locally within NIXA Platform and use localized traffic for business opportunities. Bottom line, NIXA is the next logical step in internet connectivity.

Mr.Mohammad Zahid Stanikzai
Mr.Mohammad Zahid Stanikzai

Security

By having an Internet Exchange Point significant amount of traffic will remain local and would not have to traverse International networks. This will help lower security violation and also help address any privacy concerns related to the local traffic in Afghanistan.

Local Content Hosting and Content Generation

By having an Internet Exchange Point, ISPs can directly peer with each other to exchange traffic. This would incentivize local content hosting that will lower costs and save on foreign exchange. Moreover, reduced cost savings will encourage more local content development.

Lower Latency and Better User Experience

One of the key benefits of having an IXP is that it can lead to lower latency for the end users. This is because for content hosted locally, traffic does not need to go through an incumbent operator.

Cost Savings

By having an IXP, the use of international bandwidth can be reduced resulting in cost savings. Several countries have observed these cost savings in the recent past. For example, Kenya and Egypt saved more than $1.5 million per year on International transit costs by having an Internet Exchange Point.

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