Mumbai, India, June 22, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Web Werks, Tier III and Tier IV data center service provider in India, have installed Google Cache Servers aimed at revamping its network infrastructure and improving Internet experience for its Indian audience.
“Web Werks is among the few IT organizations that has set up Google Cache Servers in India and we take immense pride in it. As we have collaborated with the market giant, we anticipate to delivering additional technical solutions for our local customers. We seek to make content readily accessible for usage purpose to our vast Internet user base,” said the CEO.
While inefficient Internet services have troubled millions of users, Web Werks and Google in sync will erase the constraints of network, enabling the Internet giant to lower latency issue and provide content faster than usual, which is being pushed through data explosion.
India is the 2nd largest Internet consumer in the world after China, and the wide access to broadband and rich, multimedia content persist to demand more from the networking sources. This is further building financial pressure on Internet Service Providers, associated with upgrading and configuration cost. Google Global Cache servers are installed within the environments of regional ISPs that functions to respond to the inbound content requests right from the convenience of proponent's network infrastructure. The technique eases content delivery procedure (including YouTube) by responding to the customers quickly, which additionally cut-down cost and enrich end-user experience accessing Google services.
Web Werks has setup the caching servers in its data centers spread across the country, which will eventually turn out extremely constructive for the new-age internet users, as they can access content rather swiftly over the large networks.