SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Teridion, the cloud-based networking company that delivers the fastest Internet experience, today announced that Box is using the Teridion Cloud Network to help power a faster, more reliable Internet experience for its customers globally. Teridion helps Box support its growing traffic around the world for both uploads and downloads.
Teridion’s service uses the company’s real-time congestion map of the Internet to automatically make performance-based routing decisions, choosing the best path from end-user to datacenter across the Internet, similar to how Waze optimizes the commute for drivers.
“The Box deployment is a great proof point for Teridion as we show that users can now have access to a faster, high-performance Internet for use cases where content delivery networks (CDNs) and WAN Optimization don’t provide benefits. Teridion’s elegant approach is agile, secure, and cost-effective,” said Elad Rave, CEO of Teridion. “Our platform scales on-demand, boosting performance for both existing and new customers globally. Thousands of Teridion Cloud Virtual Routers running at global cloud providers give us the ability to offer the best performance to any application that is delivered via public Internet to and from any location globally.”
Teridion is redefining dynamic content delivery by bringing the highest performance connectivity over the public Internet between cloud-based content and application providers and their customers. Teridion’s Global Cloud Network (GCN), a global routed overlay network leveraging cloud-optimized routing, offers throughput that is on average 20 times more than current Internet speeds. Unlike traditional Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) or Software-Defined WAN (SD-WAN) offerings, the Teridion solution is provisioned in minutes with no additional hardware or software and without the need for SSL decryption or caching. The platform scales on-demand, works for uploads and downloads, and is not limited by geography, end-user device or cloud provider. For more information, check out www.teridion.com/ or www.twitter.com/teridionnet.