Speedera, which recently announced that it has reached operating profitability, has seen some impressive site gains in the last few weeks. Sites starting to use the Speedera caching service include NASA, Hewlett Packed, AMD and the India Times.
With Cable and Wireless announcing that its Global division, which includes the Digital Island business, is to be sold or closed, Speedera will be hopeful of making further gains within the next few weeks.
Posted by Mike Prettejohn in Hosting
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