Posts by stage2

Beginner's Guide to Dynamic Site Acceleration

Today, many enterprises face immense pressure to deliver and update digital content at a high speed – especially e-commerce sites and software-as-a-service providers. Here’s why: The internet is powerful, but it wasn’t meant to handle dynamic applications and content. Standard Internet protocols hinder performance and present a challenge when slow page load times can be…

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Capacity Asia 2017: Carrier's Role in Cloud Adoption

A carrier is a provider of transport level infrastructure to the cloud. It connects the cloud service provider to the customers. Although telecom companies provide services to the lower layers of the stack, carriers are aggressively pushing customized transport solutions tailored for cloud providers and consumers. At Capacity Asia 2017, Zenlayer’s Founder & CEO spoke on a panel about…

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Configure & Manage Bare Metal Servers

Sometimes a virtual environment doesn’t quite fit your needs. Dealing with noisy neighbor issues affects performance isn’t an option for many businesses. Bare metal server environments provide an alternative that’s almost the same as hosting your own servers in-house. Of course, you get the convenience and cost savings of off-site hosting. If you’re considering a…

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MIT CHIEF: Innovation & Entrepreneurship in China

This Friday, Zenlayer’s President & CEO will be speaking on innovation and entrepreneurship in China and the United States at MIT China Innovation & Entrepreneur Forum (CHIEF). Founded in 2011, MIT-CHIEF is a not-for-profit student organization that promotes intellectual exchanges and collaborations between China and the United States in technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship. Trading Technology with China…

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The Rise of India's Online Market

If you care about your ecommerce business, you’re in it for the long haul—not just growth in the next quarter, or the next year—but growth over the next 20 years. And that means finding new markets for your online products, domestically, but also globally.

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