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Songs about Cix:
Blocc Soldiers (Feat. Myko the Syko & Deep Cix) by P-Locsta from the Album P-Locsta Presents Underworld Compilation
Bump Dat N***a (fea. A.k. & Cix-8) by Blizm from the Album The Unlisted LP
Cix by H.M.G.W.M. from the Album Kill the Robot
Cix iw by Ait Challal from the Album Itij-ni
Cix Spells Six by Travis Haddix from the Album Old Man In Love
Der Fluyten Lust-hof, Book 2: CIX. Verdwaelde Konongin(ne) by Dan Laurin from the Album Eyck: Fluyten Lust-Hof (Der) - Complete Recording
Destination Cix19 (Block Cession) by Cession Daventport from the Album iCessions The Green Album
Books about Cix:
Roni Horn: Index Cixous, 2003-05 by Dave Hickey and Roni Horn (Dec 15, 2005)
Daily Cix by Roger Noble (Jun 6, 2014)
DE-CIX launches NGN VoIP exchange service for carriers.(CONTRACTS): An article from: Fiber Optics Weekly Update... by Unavailable (Sep 3, 2014)
DE-CIX New York expands into two Telx New York city data centers.(NETWORKS): An article from: Fiber Optics Weekly... by Unavailable (Sep 3, 2014)
Analog Science Fiction and Fact, March 1989 (Volume CIX, No. 3) by Harry Turtledove, Charles Sheffield, Michael F. Flynn and Stanley Schmidt (1989)
DE-CIX initiates game-changing carrier-neutral Internet Exchange in New York.(NETWORKS): An article from: Gigabit... by Unavailable (Jun 21, 2014)
DE-CIX initiates game-changing carrier-neutral internet exchange in New York.(NETWORKS): An article from: Broadband... by Unavailable (Jul 11, 2014)
Wiki information Cix:
CIX is an online based conferencing discussion system and was one of the earliest British Internet service providers. Founded in 1983 by Frank and Sylvia Thornley, it began as a FidoNet bulletin board system, but in 1987 was relaunched commercially...
Deutscher Commercial Internet Exchange is a carrier- and data center-neutral internet exchange point situated in Frankfurt. It is the largest exchange point worldwide in terms of peak traffic with a maximum throughput of more than 3.4 terabit per...