Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Teridion Launches Next Gen Content Delivery Network

Teridion, a start-up based in San Francisco,announced the launch of its Global Cloud Network, boasting up to 20x performance improvement for end-user generated bi-directional Internet content.

Teridion is using IBM's SoftLayer infrastructure to optimize bi-directional, user-generated Internet content, Teridion features:

  • The Teridion Global Cloud Network - Bringing intelligent routing to the cloud. Proprietary algorithms and the Teridion Management System, in conjunction with Teridion Measurement Agents, provide a real-time congestion map of the Internet to find the best possible path, taking into account bandwidth, latency and geography.
  • High performance, low latency - Up to 20x Internet performance improvements, enabling users to rethink what's possible online.
  • Flexibility - Teridion Cloud Routers are created on demand, providing scalability and enabling users to only pay for the resources consumed. The solution works with the largest cloud providers in the world to ensure the speed and reliability of traffic, without requiring customers to leave their cloud provider.
  • Bolstered security - Teridion does not cache users' data, and end-to-end SSL encryption with no termination secures data across the network.
  • Simple onboarding - With no hardware or software to install, and quick and easy provisioning, a typical cloud customer can be connected to the network in under an hour.

The company said its solution is currently being used by more than 15 companies spanning some of the most bandwidth-demanding applications and services, such as hosting and file sharing, rich media and advertising.

Teridion also announced a total of $20 million in funding, having closed a $15 million Series B round of financing led by Singtel Innov8. Existing investors JVP and Magma also participated in the round.

"The Internet is an incredibly powerful tool, but until now, we have struggled to take full advantage of its capabilities. It's still common for us to fall victim to slow response times and volatile connections," said Elad Rave, founder and CEO of Teridion. "We are breaking down these boundaries and providing users with a seamless Internet experience -- no matter their location, device or application. It's our goal for our SaaS customers to be able to generate additional customer loyalty, and the funding and general availability of our product are major steps in this direction."

http://www.teridion.com

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