Now Serving: San Francisco
December 10, 2012 | Kevin Meinert
At NetDNA we know that every millisecond counts. We’re happy to announce that we’ve expanded our network with an additional point of presence (PoP) in San Francisco, California.
Due to this upgrade, all web traffic from the greater San Francisco Bay area will be served faster. Currently, if you’re on Edge 14, 17 or 18 you’ll have the San Francisco PoP (SFO) added automatically. If you’re on a different Edge Cluster, please contact your account manager to be migrated over. Please Note: If you’re on Edge 13, 15, or 16, San Francisco will be coming online tomorrow (Tuesday) Dec. 11th at 2 PM PST.
Using performance tools from Catchpoint, we measured 40-77% speed improvements across the board (click any response time for a detailed report).
|AWS (San Jose)||9ms||2ms||7ms (77%)|
|Global Crossing (San Fran)||10ms||6ms||4ms (40%)|
|Go Grid (San Fran)||11ms||3ms||8ms (72%)|
|Level 3 (San Fran)||12ms||5ms||7ms (58%)|
|Savvis (San Fran)||13ms||4ms||9ms (69%)|
|Verizon (San Fran)||11ms||3ms||8ms (72%)|
With another Catchpoint test, we saw our average Round-Trip Time improve from 9ms to 3ms:
Thank you, San Francisco!