Riedel Networks has optimized the round trip time (RTT) to Asia with its new network routes via the Russian and Kazakh mainland. From now on, an IP packet from Frankfurt to Tokyo and back takes only 181 milliseconds instead of 242 milliseconds. The transit time of data between Frankfurt and Hong Kong is also reduced by a significant 27 milliseconds from 197 milliseconds to 170 milliseconds. The new mainland routes will also further increase reliability of the network.
Riedel Networks today announced the completion of its Miami Triangle Project, entailing the opening of a new point of presence (PoP) in Miami and the signing of a bandwidth update contract with Neutrona Networks for the Miami – New York – Sao Paulo circuit. The company also made public that it has once more been named as one of the world’s leading Managed WAN service providers by ISG, an independent technology research group.
In preparation for the Summer Games in Japan, Riedel Networks has optimized its network infrastructure in Asia by integrating additional, cutting-edge network nodes in Tokyo (CC1 AT Tokyo) and Singapore (Epsilon Telecommunications). In order to further increase speed, reliability, and efficiency, the company also drastically increased its backbone bandwidth and implemented modern SDN technology.
When you think of a Formula 1 race car, the last thing that comes to mind is a mobile hotspot. But that’s exactly what these high-octane vehicles have become. Every car is equipped with hundreds of sensors that send real-time telemetry data back to pit crews. Engineers then analyze this data stream and radio back to drivers, telling them when to accelerate, what gear to use, and how to best approach a turn—among other things. This has been part of Formula 1 racing since the 1980s. You could say F1 cars are a very early example of the Internet of Things.
Riedel Networks is delighted to announce the opening of their new Sao Paolo point of presence (POP) at the brand-new Equinix SP3 data center in Brazil.