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We have completed new site design!
Now we have new point of presence in Singapore. Our servers are co-located in StarHub data center. All Asia-Pacific downloads will now go from this servers.
When people are trying to access something on the internet, they want it fast.
Slow connections irritate a lot of users, and oftentimes cause them to stop the connection.
For a company that thrives on internet consumers, this could be detrimental.
In order to avoid that problem, many sites have resorted to becoming static, non-interactive sites.
Many others have doled out big bucks to buy additional servers and load balancing hardware.
While that is one way to provide quicker content, there is a better way: with a content delivery service.
Content delivery is a way for websites to provide its users the quickest access, regardless of their location
and the number of users that are accessing the same site. The concept is simple enough: the user can access,
from the closest of several servers located all around the world, and can give the user access tothe server
that is closest to them the same webpages, rather than having to connect to a server a continent away.
A company that wants to utilize content delivery would buy server space from a content delivery service.
Then, the company would run special software that bookmarks all of the graphics, animations, and other such files,
and uploads them to one of the content delivery service's servers. Whenever these files are requested by a user,
the company server sends the files to a server closest to the user. If the server nearest the user had a power outage,
the files would simply be redirected to another server that was performing correctly. With no central control architecture
and multiple pathways to take, content delivery will always deliver the content to the user and ensure that no power outages
or other server problems would interrupt the user's Internet experience.
Another special feature of content delivery is its performance in heavy traffic.
Flash crowds - many users who request the same content at the same time - can easily receive the same quick performance
from servers that light crowds have. The content delivery service is able to spread the users across many servers instead
of burdening one server, forcing it to take care of all of the users. The workload "the users' requests" are distributed
over multiple servers for faster processing. In effect, content delivery uses the principle of dis
Content delivery is an innovation in Internet access. Most large websites that attract millions of users utilize
a content delivery service, and it is likely that many more will sign up in the future as the Internet population grows.