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Founded: 1994
Headquarters: 6 Bareket St.

POB 7219
49517 Petach Tikva

Country: Israel

The Israel Internet Association, or ISOC-IL, is a non-profit entity founded in 1994. It is the Israeli branch of ISOC and manages the .il ccTLD for Israel.[1] It also founded and operates the Israeli Internet eXchange, or the IIX, which is the central meeting point of the Internet Service Providers in Israel. Its purpose is to route all intra-Israel Internet traffic among the operators as efficiently as possible.[1][2]

The organization aims to secure and encourage internet growth and usage in Israel. It maintains close dialogue with government agencies and professional organizations to accomplish its goals.[1]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 ISOC-IL, Retrieved 2015 August 4.
  2. About IIX,