LONAP: 21 Years Of Peering

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Imperial College Beit Quadrangle

2 Prince Consort Road

London

SW7 2BB

United Kingdom

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Looking forward to seeing you on the 12th June, if your plans change do please let us know, even on the day!
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LONAP first started switching packets in 1997 from a single site in Telehouse North; in the intervening years we have grown steadily to the point where we are connecting a couple of hundred members at eight locations throughout London.

We cordially invite our members, friends and their partners to celebrate 21 Years Of Peering in the mutual way with a Summer BBQ along with the usual refreshments. We have chosen this venue for its relaxed atmosphere; there will be a live band followed by a DJ. Dress code is "Engineer" ie shorts and T Shirt are very acceptable.

This is a private event for LONAP members and invited guests to celebrate LONAPs 21 years of success!


Photo: Uli Harder Beit Hall CC BY-SA 2.0

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Imperial College Beit Quadrangle

2 Prince Consort Road

London

SW7 2BB

United Kingdom

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Refund policy

Refunds up to 1 day before event

Organiser LONAP Limited

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LONAP is a neutral not-for-profit Internet Exchange Point based in London which has facilitated traffic interchange ("peering") between its members since 1997. We operate a network of interconnected switches at core sites connected to each other through a diverse n*100 Gbps fibre network. We provide a professionally run, uncongested peering fabric which helps lower interconnection costs between service providers and other network operators who connect to us, for the benefit of the UK Internet.

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