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Internet exchange points (Web standards) are a key part of the Internet's infrastructure which provide a physical location that facilitate the exchange of Internet traffic between different networks. This allows networks to connect directly to each other, rather than through a third-parties networks, enabling local traffic to be exchanged locally, rather than internationally, as can often be the case when networks exchange local traffic via upstream providers. This enables a reduction in costs while improving latency and bandwidth.

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Choosing New Technologies for a Better Internet: Who Decides? March 1, 2018 March 1, 2018 USA North America
IETF 103 November 3, 2018 November 9, 2018 Thailand Global

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Just Net Coalition Civil Society india Advocacy
World Wide Web Consortium Multistakeholder United States

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