ChemiCloud data centers support 11 strategic global locations, enabling secure and reliable networking through our network.
Take advantage of a high-performance network with fast connectivity and low latency.
Premium Tier delivers traffic over ChemiCloud's low latency, highly reliable global network.
By distributing server data across redundant cloud-based servers, your data is always protected against failure and downtime.
ChemiCloud’s global network is protected by advanced DDoS mitigation in all of our data centers, helping to fend off attacks on your website. Free for all customers.
All of our data centers are maintained at the highest modern standards, including 24/7 on-site security, access control, and high availability.
AMD EPYC 7000 series CPUs make everything run better in the cloud, offering the consistent performance our customers expect.
EPYC processors are #1 on industry benchmarks, breaking world records, establishing AMD as the performance leader.
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The internet industry consumes enormous amounts of energy. The backbone of the internet is data centers that hold millions of large servers stacked on top of each other in racks, and they are powered up and running all day, every day.
Here at ChemiCloud, we pride ourselves on being environmentally responsible, and, since our founding, we have worked hard to keep our operations efficient and limit our impact on the environment.
We are proud to say that we are virtually waste-free as a company! Thanks to our remote workforce, we produce none of the waste from a typical office environment.
Our systems are designed around a remote workforce which is the greenest possible option for a company. We have no office or computer equipment to heat, cool, and light year-round. Perhaps even more importantly, none of our employees ever have to drive to work. Instead, our employees work on their computers and in their own homes, which is far more efficient than having them drive to a separate space and use an additional set of computer equipment.
All the data centers we work with have green initiatives to help offset our carbon footprint. We are constantly working to reduce our costs and impact by leveraging new technologies to lower power consumption.
Short answer – Yes. The server location does have an impact on your website’s speed from the end-visitor standpoint.
Network latency refers to the round trip time that is involved in the data transmission from your web browser to the server over a network. The longer the distance the data must go, the longer it will take to reach its destination. Network latency is typically measured in milliseconds; however, it could go up to seconds depending on the network.
The TTFB (time to the first byte) measures the amount of time it takes when a web browser sends a request to a server and when it receives its first byte of data. The longer the distance the data must go, the longer it will take to serve your website’s page.
The very first thing you should do when hosting your site is to determine where the majority of your traffic is coming from. But with so much choice, you may still have questions. And we have the answers to help you find the perfect fit for your business and website. Speak with an expert today.
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