Psychz Networks, a dedicated server provider headquartered in Los Angeles, has announced the launch of a new feature called ‘Asia Pacific Low Latency Routes.’ The new dedicated server with low latency has been released for the company’s Dallas, Texas and Los Angeles, California data centers.
The new feature is designed to target the Asian market with low latency when hosting dedicated servers in those two regions. This would allow fast content delivery for users as well as the ability for gamers to play games with low latency when connecting to Los Angeles or Dallas from Asia.
Psychz Networks expects the new service to offer latency drops of up to 30 percent when compared to most transit providers.
“Once configured, we inject low latency routes to our routers which are passed to the customers in Los Angeles and Dallas,” a company spokesperson noted. “When the end user connects to the IP, the system automatically selects the path with the lowest latency.”
Many countries would benefit from a dedicated server with low latency routes, says Psychz Networks. These include APAC countries like Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore, Japan, China, South Korea, Taiwan, Australia and India.