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Quotidiano di informazione – Anno 32 n° 15

Fastly Doubles Down on Serving Global Market With Expanded Australia Presence

Posted by fidest press agency su venerdì, 2 agosto 2019

Fastly, Inc., a provider of an edge cloud platform, today announced its global expansion in Australia. The move comes with Fastly points-of-presence (POPs) on both coasts of the continent, furthering the company’s mission to power faster, more secure, and more reliable digital experiences for its global customer base. In tandem, Fastly has recruited a growing in-region team, which includes Mark Nottingham, the co-chair of working groups HTTP and QUIC within the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), and Andrew McGregor, 20+-year industry veteran leading performance measurement in Fastly’s Australian market.Fastly’s edge cloud platform maximizes efficiency with 64 powerful, strategically located POPs (as of June 30, 2019) that deliver content as close to end-users around the world as possible. Having placed four of these POPs covering both coasts of Australia, Fastly helps Asia-Pacific (APAC)-based customers such as Seven West Media, Kogan.com, Network 10, and NRL deliver fast and highly personalized online experiences to their users.This development will enable more connectivity for companies looking to make a bigger digital impact in Australia and will benefit existing global customers looking to serve content more effectively to the APAC region.To help guide Fastly’s efforts in Australia, Fastly has hired co-chair of the HTTP and QUIC working groups at the IETF Mark Nottingham as Principal Engineer. Having chaired the HTTP Working Group since 2007 and the QUIC Working Group since 2016, Nottingham is a veteran in internet architecture and operations who has been involved in the Australian Internet since working at connect.com.au in the mid-90’s. Andrew McGregor also joins the helm of the Australia team as Performance Measurement Lead. McGregor helped build Google’s SRE, previously chaired IETF’s CORE working group, and has been administering networks since before the web was invented.

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