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Bandwidth

June 11, 2010

Our bandwidth is a blend of five (5) different long-haul fiber carriers enabling much lower-latency and fewer hops to destination. The wealth of available bandwidth allows ePublishing to easily service large spikes in traffic as well as accommodate features that demand large amounts of bandwidth. This approach also dramatically improves availability and page draw speed.

After the dual-bonded high-availability routers, we run multiple pairs of firewalls in HA. The entire head end of the network is crafted to allow the preservation of session stickiness even if the route changes or if it has to fail over. This is vital to the customer experience especially for any transaction-based activity.

 

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