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Grupo Transhotel verlässt sich auf Dynamic Web Acceleration von CDNetworks für höheres Tempo bei Online-Buchungsplattform und Konsolidierung internationalen Wachstums

CDNetworks, das einzige multinationale Content Delivery Network mit lokaler Expertise und Infrastruktur innerhalb von Festlandchina und auf sechs Kontinenten, hilft der spanischen Grupo Transhotel bei der globalen Zustellungsfähigkeit und erhöhten Verfügbarkeit ihres täglich von 50.000 Reiseunternehmen weltweit genutzten Online-Buchungssystems. Das Wachstum und die internationale Expansion mit Schwerpunkt in Asien sowie die Notwendigkeit für das Unternehmen, gleichbleibende Servicequalität für seine Kunden aufrechtzuerhalten, waren zentrale Faktoren für die Wahl von Dynamic Web Acceleration durch CDNetworks.

„Der asiatische Markt wird für uns immer wichtiger, und wir mussten auf ein Unternehmen zählen können, das uns beim Entwerfen neuer Strategien und Pläne für die Konsolidierung unserer internationalen Aktivitäten unterstützen kann“, sagte Francisco Javier Diéguez, Architektur- und Infrastrukturmanager bei Transhotel.

Nachdem Transhotel in Asien rasch gewachsen ist, entschied sich die Gruppe dafür, ihren bisherigen CDN-Anbieter durch CDNetworks zu ersetzen, und nannte als Grund dafür die Fähigkeit von CDNetworks, Geschwindigkeit und Verfügbarkeit der Online-TOR-Buchungsplattform für Hotelzimmer und Reiseservices zu garantieren, die in Tausende von Websites weltweit integriert ist.

Der Support und die Flexibilität des CDNetworks-Angebots konnte einen schnellen und ununterbrochenen Zugang zur TOR-System-Buchungsplattform von Grupo Transhotel gewährleisten, und die täglich eingehenden 3,4 Millionen Anfragen durch Reisebüros weltweit werden so unterstützt.

„Wir konnten es uns einfach nicht leisten, dass unser Service durch Probleme mit Geschwindigkeit oder Latenz behindert wird; wir wollten das hohe Niveau unseres Services erhalten und sicherstellen, dass wir unseren Geschäftsbetrieb und den unserer Klienten nicht gefährden“, so Diéguez weiter.

Da 94 Prozent der geschäftlichen Aktivitäten von Grupo Transhotel über die Buchungsplattform TOR System Advanced durchgeführt werden, haben die Kenntnisse von CDNetworks beim Betreiben globaler E-Commerce-Websites sowie die weltweiten Points of Presence (PoPs) des Unternehmens in den Zielmärkten stark zu der Entscheidung beigetragen, den CDN-Anbieter zu wechseln.

„Wir haben uns für CDNetworks aufgrund des Rufs der Firma entschieden, auch weit entfernte und in der Entwicklung befindliche Märkte zu erreichen. Angesichts seiner Expertise auf dem asiatischen Markt und insbesondere in China ist uns die Entscheidung, mit diesem Unternehmen zusammenzuarbeiten, leicht gefallen“, schloss Diéguez.

Über Grupo Transhotel

Transhotel ist ein globaler Reisedienstleister mit Sitz in Madrid. Grupo Transhotel besteht aus sechs Marken im Tourismussektor. Das Unternehmen beschäftigt mehr als 700 Mitarbeiter, die alle an dem Hauptziel arbeiten, das Portfolio mit über 60.000 Hotels und Services aller Art auf der ganzen Welt für 78.800 Reiseagenturen weltweit anzubieten.

Es bietet ein neues Servicekonzept an und verfügt immer über die neuesten Technologien, um die besten Lösungen für Fachleute im Tourismussektor anzubieten.

Sämtliche Marken der Gruppe bieten für Fachleute in der Tourismusbranche innerhalb ihrer jeweils verschiedenen Tätigkeitsbereiche echte Lösungen an.

Weitere Informationen über Grupo Transhotel finden Sie unter http://www.transhotel.com.

Über CDNetworks

CDNetworks ermöglicht globale Cloud-Beschleunigung. Unsere Mission ist es, das Internet in ein sicheres Netzwerk zur Bereitstellung hochleistungsfähiger Anwendungen zu transformieren. Die einzigartige Position von CDNetworks als einziges multinationales CDN mit Expertise und Infrastruktur in China, Russland und anderen Schwellenmärkten ermöglicht uns, ein Vertrauenspartner in lokalen Märkten und gleichzeitig ein namhafter Experte bei der Ausdehnung in globale Märkte zu sein. Mit der Beschleunigung von mehr als 17.500 globalen Websites und Cloud-Diensten über unsere 140 PoPs bedienen wir bei CDNetworks unsere E-Business-Kunden in Branchen wie Finanzwesen, Reisebranche, E-Commerce, Lernmanagement, Hightech- und Fertigungsindustrie sowie Medien. Wir bei CDNetworks betreuen unsere Firmenkunden seit mehr als 13 Jahren und haben Büros in den USA, in Südkorea, China, Japan und Großbritannien. Weitere Informationen finden Sie unter http://www.cdnetworks.com.

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