Canadian Web Hosting, Canada's leading web hosting and infrastructure company, including AURO Cloud Computing and Canadian Cloud Hosting, announced today a major upgrade to its core networking infrastructure. The company has announced completion of its new CloudStream Backbone Network that delivers a highly redundant dedicated network backbone across Canada for its web hosting and cloud hosting customers.
With this new network backbone, Canadian Web Hosting is now the only Canadian web hosting and infrastructure company that owns and runs its own network. With the CloudStream Canadian network backbone, customers will immediately benefit from reduced latencies throughout Canada, remove any potential of their data moving onto the public internet, significantly increase security and encryption and having the reassurance that their network is 100% Canadian.
The new CloudStream Canadian network backbone utilizes multiple backbone connections running in parallel between Vancouver, BC and Toronto, ON. These new connections offer larger and more robust connectivity that deliver low latency, jitter-free connections and increase network reliability.
With its proprietary Network Backbone, Canadian Web Hosting is making a commitment to maximize performance and network scalability offering up to full gigabit ethernet connections for every server and device. In addition, the network is designed to handle and move massive amounts of data for current and future services like cloud hosting, IoT, video, enterprise apps and virtual reality (VR) apps.
"As a leading service provider in infrastructure and cloud hosting services, we understand many of our new and existing customers' pain points," said Matt McKinney, Chief Strategy Officer at Canadian Web Hosting.
"Our multi-million dollar investments into our network were built so our customers no longer have to settle for legacy networks designed in the late 90s, second-tier bandwidth, or connections owned by American companies that continue to flow through cities like Chicago or Seattle and being routed back into Canada. With so many emerging technologies coming to the forefront that require low latency and high capacity network links, we believe that our customers are well positioned for the next phase of application and IoT hosting and will be able to meet the most demanding requirements."