Phenomenal Internet Growth Southeast Asia is the fastest growing Internet region in the world. According to a 2016 report released by Google and Temasek, Southeast Asia’s Internet users are poised to grow at a 14% CAGR over the next five years. Philippines, the second most populous country in Southeast Asia, enjoys an extraordinary Internet growth…
Cloud AI developer CloudMinds has partnered with Zenlayer to power its artificial intelligence engines in the cloud.
“AI is poised to transform our lives in almost every way, from healthcare to retail to entertainment,” said Joe Zhu, Founder and CEO of Zenlayer. “We are excited to assist CloudMinds in reaching its goal of developing the first humanoid robot by 2025.”
In Part 1 and Part 2 of this series, we discussed how to determine if you need server hosting in China and the network/data center landscapes in China.
Here in Part 3, we will explore additional factors to consider when choosing a data center in China.
On May 25, 2017, Zenlayer and Telin Singapore, in cooperation with GOPS, hosted a forum in Shanghai to share insights and best practices in digitally expanding into Southeast Asia, the fastest growing Internet market in the world.
Zenlayer has closed a $10 million Series A funding led by F&G Venture with participation from NSFOCUS and other investors.
The capital will primarily be used to accelerate development of our software defined global connection platform and expand our current base of 60+ global data centers.
On May 23, 2017, Zenlayer was named the 2017 Best Global Data Center Provider at WorldHostingDays.China (WHD.china).
Since its inception, Zenlayer Inc. (“Zenlayer”) has been an entirely separate entity from ChinaCache International Holdings Ltd. and its subsidiaries and affiliates, including ChinaCache North America, Inc. (collectively referred to as “ChinaCache”).
In Part 1, we explored whether or not it makes sense to host in China based on a corporation’s needs. Here in Part 2, we will discuss the network and data center landscapes in China. Telecom carriers and network coverage in China To be able to choose an appropriate data center for hosting in China,…
Peering is a way to exchange traffic with another party (typically a transit provider or content provider) via a direct connection. No third party networks are involved and usually neither party incurs a cost for the traffic exchanged, unless it is a paid peering arrangement (less common).
At GPF 12.0 in NYC this week, Zenlayer expanded its peering network in Europe and Asia, and now has over 300 global peers.
In this blog, we discuss the top three benefits of peering.