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NIA: Teridion uses smart routing to make the internet work faster
This article is part of the Network Evolution issue of September 2016 Vol 7 / No. 7
The latest winner of SearchNetworking's Network Innovation Award is San Francisco-based startup Teridion, which bills itself as the Waze of internet routing. Like the navigation app -- which bases its driving recommendations on current traffic and road conditions -- Teridion promises to send network data over the fastest route available at any given moment, dramatically increasing speed and improving user experience. Teridion's cloud-based, software-as-a-service (SaaS) routing platform uses analytics to assess real-time conditions and direct traffic over its overlay network -- called the Global Cloud Network -- accordingly. Elad Rave, Teridion co-founder and CEO, said his company's technology makes internet connections work about 20 times faster. The startup targets content providers and file-sharing platforms, such as Box and Egnyte -- both customers -- as well as the gaming industry, which requires the kind of lightning-fast connections Teridion promises to deliver. To learn more about Teridion, SearchNetworking spoke with ...
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