RIPE 85 Sponsors

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


Host & Connectivity Sponsor

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The Serbian National Internet Domain Registry Foundation (RNIDS) manages the registry of the national Internet domain names .RS and .СРБ and Internet infrastructure of special importance ensuring that national Internet domains operate smoothly.

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IPv4.Global provides a trusted marketplace for buying, selling, and leasing IP blocks. Transactions range from smaller blocks through our online platform to large private exchanges through our brokerage business. We operate across all Regional Internet Registries. IPv4.Global is dedicated to reliable, transparent service and publishes current and historical information for the transactions we serve. We have completed more transfers than anyone else in the world. Our experience gets results.

IPv4.Global is a division of Hilco Streambank.


AMS-IX (Amsterdam Internet Exchange) is a neutral member-based association that operates multiple interconnection platforms around the world. Our leading platform in Amsterdam has been playing a crucial role at the core of the Internet for more than 25 years and is one of the largest hubs for Internet traffic in the world. The traffic peak is 10 terabits per second (Tbps) and it interconnects more than 875 IP-networks. 
Connecting to AMS-IX ensures customers such as Internet service providers, telecom companies and cloud providers that their global IP traffic is routed in an efficient, fast, secure, stable and cost-effective way. This allows them to offer low latency and engaging online experiences for end-users. AMS-IX also manages the world’s first mobile peering points: the Global Roaming Exchange(GRX), the Mobile Data Exchange (MDX) and the Internetwork Packet Exchange (I-IPX) interconnection points.


Founded by Internet pioneers, the Internet Society (ISOC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring the open development, evolution, and use of the Internet. Working through a global community of chapters and members, the Internet Society collaborates with a broad range of groups to promote the technologies that keep the Internet safe and secure, and advocate for policies that enable universal access. The Internet Society is also the organisational home of the InternetEngineering Task Force (IETF).