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  • Our Partners: IX Liverpool

    IX Liverpool (aka the Liverpool Internet Exchange) is a local internet exchange point located within the cultural city of Liverpool within the United Kingdom. They are a collaborative, co-operative and mutual organisation, founded as a not-for-profit company and funded by their members and voluntary contributions from the local community.

    Thanks to the time and sheer dedication from the community, they’ve had some good successes so far: they’ve built the worlds first internet exchange in a shipping container, they’ve launched a city-wide LoRaWAN (open and free internet of things network) around Liverpool and they’ve built the UK’s largest city-wide community computing project that helps scientists around the world solve the world’s biggest problems in health and sustainability; by simply recycling the regions old computers and putting them to better use.

    We believe becoming a member of IX Liverpool is vital to our future operations here at RefineGroup, we are excited to be a part of their journey to become a big player in the UK’s communications infrastructure.

  • Liverpool is about to become one of the most connected cities in the World,

    Capture.PNG.2279a5cafd4c9d4a5b5490ac35ea6a9b.PNG is one of the reasons why.

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  • IX Liverpool is registered in England and Wales as a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee (Company Number 10030226). They operate as a mutual organisation with the company owned and run for the benefit of its members. Each member holds one vote with the option of electing one board member as a representative for that member.

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