Sponsors | ENOG 13


ENOG 13 / RIPE NCC Regional Meeting sponsors receive valuable exposure among the technical community in the region. Find out more about becoming a part of this highly regarded, professionally organised event and how it can benefit your organisation:

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Founded in 1992, the RIPE NCC is the oldest and largest of the five Regional Internet Registries (RIRs).

  • As a not-for-profit membership organisation, it administers Internet number resources to more than 15,000 members in Europe, the Middle East and parts of Central Asia.
  • As an RIR, the RIPE NCC is governed by policies developed by the RIPE community via open, transparent and bottom-up processes.
  • As secretariat for the RIPE community, the RIPE NCC provides neutral platforms for community interaction to develop Internet number policies and to share experience and ideas.

The RIPE NCC also participates in Internet governance discussions, ensuring that the perspective and experience of the RIPE community is included in those discussions.

And the RIPE NCC maintains several technical elements vital to the Internet infrastructure on behalf of the wider Internet community, including the RIPE Database and K-root, one of 13 root name servers. With the support of thousands of community members around the world, the RIPE NCC is also building RIPE Atlas, the largest Internet measurement network ever made.


MSK-IX is a neutral organization that supports a high-speed switching platform, provides services for effective peering, consults experienced network engineers and invites professionals to the open club.

MSK-IX accelerates communications between internet companies by providing a neutral internet exchange platform for exchanging IP traffic between networks and a globally distributed network of DNS servers to support root domain zones. Many companies around the world use MSK-IX services for development and network connectivity. To MSK-IX are connected operators of communication, social networks, search systems, video portals, providers of cloud services, corporate and scientific and educational networks.

MSK-IX today is 10 cities, 500 participants, 41 sites for hosting, 18 nodes of the DNS network, supports 2.8 Tbit/s traffic, and provides connections up to 100 Gb/s.


Platinum Sponsor

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Netnod is a non-profit Internet infrastructure organisation. Netnod manages Internet exchange points (IXPs) in five cities in Sweden. Netnod offers DNS anycast & unicast slave services to TLDs worldwide and is the proud operator of i.root-servers.net, one of 13 logical DNS root name servers in the world.


Gold Sponsor

The Internet Society is the trusted independent source for Internet information and thought leadership around the world. It is also the organizational home for the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). With its principled vision, substantial technological foundation and its global presence, the Internet Society promotes open dialogue on Internet policy, technology, and future development among users, companies, governments, and other organizations. Working with its members and Chapters around the world, the Internet Society enables the continued evolution and growth of the Internet for everyone.


Silver Sponsor

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In 2009 the JSC ‘Coordination Center for TLD RU/РФ’ and the Foundation for Internet Development (registry for .SU domain) jointly founded the Technical Center of Internet (TCI). The TCI performs support technical functions for main registries and registration systems of ccTLDs RU, .РФ and .SU. It also ensures effective and uninterrupted work of domain name system of Russian Internet segment and the whole Internet. As a key element and critical infrastructure of Russian Internet segment, the TCI with DNS node system it maintains is an independent entity which ensures equal access to the main registry and addressing system for the accredited registrars. Now the DNS network of the Technical Center of Internet contains 18 stations in nine Russian cities, Europe, Asia and the Americas.


Bronze Sponsor

DDoS-GUARD is a leading company in Europe offering protection against DDoS attacks. We provide high-quality support and service for a competitive price.

What sets us apart from our many competitors?

We have our own infrastructure of unique filtration nodes, developed and regularly upgraded by the company’s specialists.

We have a geodistributed filtering network. The nodes are located in major data centres in different countries: Germany, the Netherlands, Russia, USA, China and Japan. The network is steadily expanding.

We have a huge channel capacity of 1.5 Tbps with the possibility of a “hot” extension at the customer’s request that can provide protection against attacks of any power and complexity, including IP malformed, ICMP flood, TCP SYN flood, TCP-malformed, ICMP smurf, SlowLoris, HTTP POST flood, HTTP SLOW POST and others.

Having our own equipment means we don’t have to depend on third-party suppliers and their prices, which gives us an opportunity to implement a flexible pricing policy across the whole spectrum of our services.

We are customer focused. It is important for us not only to promptly activate the service, but also to provide a proper operation for the customer regardless of cost categories of the service provided.

Our advantages:

  • Various payment options
  • 24/7 tech support
  • Work under the contract
  • SLA 99.5%


Connectivity Sponsor


Globalnet is a backbone operator created in 2008 with an international network based on its own DWDM system between Russia and Europe. We work with such companies as Google, VKontakte, Hurricane Electric and Telegram. Our main services are: Global-IX (Internet Exchange for Russian, CIS, European and other international ISPs and content generators), IP Transit – WAVELENGTHs (between Stockholm and Moscow) and VLANs (between Europe and Russia).