|By PR Newswire||
|August 14, 2014 02:04 PM EDT||
VANCOUVER, Aug. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- DOSarrest Internet Security announced today that they have expanded their DDoS protection cloud into Asia, with a new DDoS mitigation node in Singapore. The new node will work in conjunction with their existing nodes in New York, Los Angeles and London and will have the same connectivity as the others, including multiple 10 Gb/Sec uplinks to multiple carriers.
Jag Bains, CTO at DOSarrest states "Having a presence in Asia allows our existing client base to cache and serve traffic closer to Asian visitors for increased performance as well as enabling us to provide excellent web performance and DDoS protection to customer's servers located in Asia."
Bains adds "The system is incredibly scalable; this also allows us to offer a higher level of protection to all customers due to the added firepower of a new node in the region. Also the additional nodes will allow us to introduce new features and services in the coming month."
Mark Teolis, GM at DOSarrest says "We have a number of initiatives underway in the region and this will help cement these opportunities"
About DOSarrest Internet Security:
DOSarrest founded in 2007 in Vancouver, B.C., Canada is one of only a couple of companies worldwide to specialize in only cloud based DDoS protection services. Additional Web security services offered are Cloud based Web Application Firewall (WAF), Vulnerability Testing and Optimization (VTO) as well as cloud based global load balancing.
More information at www.DOSarrest.com.
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Media Contact: Jenny Wong, DOSarrest Internet Security, 1-888-818-1344, [email protected]
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