G-Core Labs Launches 3 New Points of CDN Presence in CIS Countries

In Russia and in CIS countries (Commonwealth of Independent States), G-Core Labs, as an international supplier of cloud and edge solution, continues to develop its network content delivery facilities. In the capitals of Armenia and Azerbaijan, Ereva and Baku, the company built new CDN Points of Presence (PoPs) and in Kazan, Russia it started an additional CDN cluster.

G-Core’s new CDN PoP in Kazan, Russia, the capital of the Republic of Tatarstan, has brought a significant network performance boost to the region. The average response time, according to independent analytical systems provider Citrix, has dropped to 15ms following the new CDN PoP launch.

The global G-Core Labs network is also covering Armenia beginning this year. In its capital, Yerevan, the firm also opened a CDN Pop. This new data center presence would provide the firm with 5ms delays.

G-Core Lab also deployed its first content delivery network PoP in Azerbaijan this year, in a data center in Baku. There are already positive results from this presence in Baku, stated G-Gore. The average response time for the area would be a record of 25ms.

“In 2021, we bolstered our CIS infrastructure. The launch of three new locations allowed us to set new content delivery rate records in the region among local and international providers,” said Dmitry Samoshkin (aka Sam Davis), Vice President of Products at G-Core Labs. “Minimizing delays with CDN propels online business development, especially in areas requiring peak speed under high loads. The fast content delivery is essentially important for any online business. Speeding up the website fuels conversion and preloading the content relieves the client’s own infrastructure.”

Total Network Capacity: 75Tbps

Photo Dmitry Samoshkin (aka Sam Davis), Vice President of Products at G-Core Labs
“The launch of three new locations allowed us to set new content delivery rate records in the CIS region among local and international providers,” said Dmitry Samoshkin (aka Sam Davis), Vice President of Products at G-Core Labs.

G-Core Labsglobal CDN supports all necessary protocols: HTTP/2, IPv6, TLS 1.3, HLS and provides system adjustments with enhanced caching capabilities. A redirect to HTTPS, configurable access policies, free Let’s Encrypt certificates and key access choices are at the very core of the CDN’s content security.

The CDN firm has a presence of over 120+ PoPs in more than 100 locations across the world. High-load system specialists develop the worldwide network architecture and readily cope with the rise in online traffic. The total capacity of the network is more than 75Tbps.

In the near future, G-Core Labs continues to establish secured data center presence in CIS countries, including a planned CDN PoP launch in a facility in Uzbekistan. Furthermore, the firm expects to expand networking capabilities at current data center locations to provide its clients a competitive advantage in the worldwide pace of content delivery.

Clients of G-Core Labs include brands in the fields of telecommunications, finance and distribution, media, video game developers and software publishers, as well as providers of SaaS and manufacturers. Among them are companies such as VolksWagen, Metro Cash & Carry, Avast, Michelin, Sibur, MTS, Beeline and Tinkoff Bank.

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