QuadraNet, a provider of dedicated servers, colocation, managed hosting, and DDoS mitigation headquartered in Los Angeles, has finalized the addition of China Telecom ‘CN2’ into its premium Los Angeles network mix.
With this additional carrier, clients would benefit and receive significant network latency and throughput improvements for traffic that is being sent to, and received from, China.
The inclusion of this telecom provider’s routes would not only improve the network traffic performance for QuadraNet’s own clients, but it would also make a meaningful impact for the global Internet community – “benefiting the millions of connections that are processed through QuadraNet’s Los Angeles network on a daily basis.” Clients with traffic primarily in China will be able to reach Mainland China locations directly. QuadraNet maintains private uplinks to both China Telecom and China Unicom.
“Historically, users sending traffic to the United States from China or Taiwan have experienced quality of service challenges due to saturation of peering ports operated by Chinese residential Internet service providers,” said Kate Gerry, Director of Networking, QuadraNet. “These users suffer the detrimental effects of high latency and packet loss which not only diminishes their Internet experience on websites hosted in the USA, but can also seriously impact businesses and their bottom lines. I’m excited to share with both our clients, and the community, that latency and routes to Asia will see a significant and immediate improvement.”
QuadraNet is a large hosting provider delivering services that include dedicated servers, colocation, cloud hosting, and bandwidth. In addition to Los Angeles, QuadraNet has expanded to offer services in Dallas, TX, Miami, FL, Atlanta, GA, Chicago, IL, and Secaucus, New Jersey.