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L'attenzione rivolta da CDNetworks alle soluzioni per l'accelerazione dei contenuti dinamici e ai mercati emergenti nel 2012 da buoni frutti con una crescita del 52% in prenotazioni di nuovi marchi

Nel 2012 CDNetworks ha registrato un aumento delle entrate mensili ricorrenti generate da nuovi clienti, complessivamente negli Stati Uniti e in Europa, nella misura del 52% rispetto al 2011.Le soluzioni per l'accelerazione di contenuti dinamici e China Acceleration erano incluse nelle entrate mensili ricorrenti generate da nuovi clienti nella misura del 74% e del 62% rispettivamente.CDNetworks ha inoltre aggiunto più di 40 punti di presenza, portando il numero totale a 140 a livello mondiale, compresi Russia, Medio Oriente, Africa, Sud America e Asia, permettendo ai clienti di plasmare nuovi mercati e offrire la stessa esperienza utente a prescindere dall'ubicazione geografica di clienti e dipendenti.

“I nostri clienti si stanno rendendo conto sempre più del valore dell'accelerazione dei loro contenuti dinamici e delle loro applicazioni basate su cloud”, ha affermato Jeff Kim, presidente e direttore operativo di CDNetworks per le regioni Americhe ed EMOA.“Grazie a Dynamic Web Acceleration di CDNetworks, i nostri clienti sono riusciti a ridurre i tempi di caricamento di applicazioni web e cloud da una media di 25 secondi in località remote a 3 secondi e a ridurre i tempi di trasmissione di contenuti dinamici in media del 300%. Il tutto senza costruire nuovi centri dati e senza co-localizzazione dei server”.

Nel 2012 sono stati acquisiti ottantotto nuovi marchi, tra cui SaxoBank, Thomsons Online Benefits, Demandware, Phillips Van-Heusen e l'azienda tecnologica tedesca TuneUp.

“Per le aziende basate su internet, problemi di velocità e latenza sono inaccettabili”, ha dichiarato Matthias Spörlein, direttore della divisione Sviluppo web presso TuneUp.“Se le pagine non si caricano nel giro di un paio di secondi o gli scaricamenti divengono laboriosi, la gente non sta ad aspettare e questo è per noi inaccettabile e quindi non rappresenta un’opzione.La soluzione di CDNetworks Dynamic Web Acceleration permette di espanderci ovunque nel mondo con prestazioni web ottimali”.

Molti clienti preesistenti hanno anch'essi aggiunto Dynamic Web Acceleration, tra cui la società spagnola Grupo Transhotel.“In termini puri e semplici, non potevamo permettere che il nostro servizio fosse ostacolato da problemi di velocità o latenza; desideravamo preservare i nostri elevati livelli di servizi e accertarci di non compromettere le nostre attività o quelle dei nostri clienti”, ha affermato Francisco Javier Diéguez, responsabile della divisione Architettura e Infrastruttura presso Transhotel.

Tra le altre importanti pietre miliari del 2102 merita menzione l'ottenimento, per il secondo anno, della certificazione PCI-DSS, volta ad accertare la conformità allo standard delle misure adottate per garantire la sicurezza dei dati.Il lancio di Russia Acceleration nell'ottobre del 2012 ha generato 13 punti di presenza e competenze locali in Russia.CDNetworks ha continuato ad ampliare la propria presenza nel mercato in tutta Europa con l'apertura di nuove sedi aziendali in Francia e in Germania.

Informazioni su CDNetworks

CDNetworks permette l'accelerazione globale del cloud.La missione di CDNetworks consiste nel trasformare internet in una rete di trasmissione di applicazioni sicura, affidabile, scalabile e ad alte prestazioni.Quale unica rete multinazionale di distribuzione di contenuti con competenze e infrastrutture in Cina, in Russia e in altri mercati emergenti, CDNetworks è in grado di proporsi come partner di fiducia nei mercati locali, nonché come massimo esperto per quel che concerne l'espansione nei mercati globali.CDNetworks ha accelerato più di 17.500 siti web globali e servizi basati sul cloud tramite i suoi 140 punti di presenza e serve clienti operanti online in vari settori, tra cui finanza, viaggi, commercio elettronico, gestione dell'apprendimento, high tech, produzione industriale e media.CDNetworks fornisce servizi ai propri clienti aziendali da più di 13 anni e possiede uffici negli Stati Uniti, in Corea, in Cina, in Giappone e nel Regno Unito. Per ulteriori informazioni visitare il sito http://www.cdnetworks.com.

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