Paul Demery , Chief Technology Editor
Leading Chinese CDN to Use & Resell Gomez Solutions to Optimize Web Application Performance across China
Lexington, Massachusetts, July 21, 2009 -- Gomez, Inc. (www.gomez.com), the leader in Web application experience management, today extended its business partnership with ChinaCache, a leading content delivery network (CDN) service provider in China. The parties signed a new, multi-year partnership agreement in which ChinaCache will utilize as well as resell Gomez`s industry-leading solutions being adopted by businesses in China to optimize the performance and availability of their Web and mobile applications.
With the Gomez solutions, ChinaCache`s domestic and multi-national customers will be able to test and measure Web application performance from their end-users` perspective across all provinces and regions in China, helping them find and fix business-impacting issues that often occur anywhere in the complex Chinese Web application delivery chain.
ChinaCache will also use Gomez’s solutions to monitor the performance of its own content delivery and acceleration services. This will help validate and promote its performance promises to customers and provide a competitive differentiator.
"Ensuring consistent and high-quality Web application delivery to China`s enormous Internet population is a true challenge both for local as well as international businesses seeking to enter the China market," said Richard Xu, COO of ChinaCache. "Gomez`s Web application performance management solutions and its vast network in China enable unparalleled insight into performance, all the way to end-users. No other provider delivers such comprehensive coverage. Gomez solutions provide an effective tool for ChinaCache to help businesses optimize the performance and availability of their Web applications in China."
"Content delivery networks play a critical role in quality Web application delivery through services such as Web acceleration, file transfer and streamed content. Given the complexities of China`s Web infrastructure, CDN services are crucial in ensuring the end-user’s experience," said Tom Meusel, Gomez`s VP of Worldwide Channels. "With this long-term partnership, ChinaCache has a distinct competitive edge and is positioning itself for leadership in the Chinese market."
Gomez recently announced it is sizably extending its Chinese network, making it the largest and most comprehensive Web application performance testing and monitoring network in China. Gomez currently provides Web application experience management solutions to over 50 Chinese customers and partners, and hundreds of its multi-national customers test Web performance using Gomez’s China network.
Established in 1998, ChinaCache is a leading content distribution network (CDN) service provider in China. The company is committed to providing innovative and customized CDN solutions and services to create long-term value and potential growth for its customers. ChinaCache has thus far built 500 service nodes in more than 100 major cities across China. ChinaCache`s CDN network is well interconnected with all major carriers in China, including China Telecom, China Netcom, China Mobile, China Unicom, China Railcom, and China Cernet.
Gomez, Inc. is the leader in Web application experience management, providing an on-demand platform that organizations use to optimize the performance, availability, and quality of their Web and mobile applications. The Gomez platform identifies business-impacting issues by testing and measuring Web applications from the "outside-in" - across all users, browsers, devices, and geographies - using a global network of over 100,000 locations. The self-service Gomez platform integrates Web load testing, Web performance management, cross-browser testing, and Web performance business analysis. Over 2,500 customers worldwide, ranging from small companies to large enterprises - including 12 of the top 20 most visited US Web sites - use Gomez to increase revenue, build brand loyalty, and decrease costs. Gomez is a registered service mark of Gomez, Inc. All other trademarks and service marks are the property of their respective owners.
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