This year, we have already opened 14 new CDN locations and expanded our network capacity in four previously launched points of presence.
Here’s how our CDN evolved in Q3, 2021.
This year, we opened our CDN’s first point of presence in the Baltics, namely, in Riga. The Baltic region is a technological hub for the whole of Northern Europe. It was strategically important for us to launch a PoP in this location.
The average response time in Latvia is now around 25 ms.
We continue to expand our presence in Central Asia and have opened a location in Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan. This is our first point in this country. It will help improve the response time throughout the Central Asian region.
The new location is already yielding good results. The average response time in Uzbekistan is currently 17 ms.
In Iraq, we already have one point of presence in the capital, Baghdad. But to speed up the content delivery in the country and in the Middle East in general, we’ve decided to launch another location in Erbil.
We are gradually expanding our presence in the region. As for now, the average response time in Iraq is about 41 ms.
We have already launched more than 20 points of presence in Russia. We are opening a new location in the Far East, in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. This PoP will help speed up content delivery in the country, and will also reduce the response time in Japan, since it is very close to the Japanese border.
Japan and Russia are among the top 20 countries in terms of the number of internet users.
After the new location has been added, the content in Russia is delivered with delays of about 14 ms.
In Q3 this year, we actively worked on the performance of our locations in Latin America.
We managed to optimize the operation of our points of presence in Lima (Peru), Bogota (Colombia), Santiago (Chile), Santiago de Querétaro (Mexico), and Buenos Aires (Argentina).
We are currently outperforming most competitors in terms of response time in Latin America.
You can find out all about G-Core Labs CDN locations, features, and pricing plans on the product page.