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Further expanding its network, global cloud and edge solutions provider G-Core Labs has launched a new point of presence in its global network infrastructure in India's largest city, Mumbai.

LogoThe new location will provide hosting services based on dedicated or virtual servers and will also complements the global architecture of the company's content delivery network with what is claimed to be one of the best response rates within the local market. This was measured by Citrix to be 30 ms.

Located in a Tier III certified datacentre, the point of presence guarantees access speed to a dedicated or virtual server of 200 Mbps. G-Core Labs virtual server is based on KVM virtualisation technology, which is said to guarantees high and uninterrupted performance and is equipped with SSD disks.

Content delivery services will be offered to any online business that has customers or an audience in India such as suppliers of entertainment content and media firms.

G-Core Labs continues to develop its international infrastructure, opening an important point of presence for our customers in India, the second most populous country in the world and one of the fastest growing online markets,” commented Dmitry Samoshkin, vice president of products at G-Core Labs.

“The Indian audience is very susceptible to electronic commerce, actively plays games, watches movies and uses various Internet services, so the leaders here will be the businesses whose online resources run uninterruptable and as quickly as possible. And we can help with it.”

The G-Core Labs content delivery network is located on five continents and now includes more than 60 points of presence, over 5000 peering partners and more than 300 cash servers. The total network capacity is 10+ Tbit/sec.