You have to look hard for a company that makes cooler software than Panic . At least if you’re a Mac user, titles like Coda, Prompt, and Transmit should ring a bell
Where is your website hosted – in the country where you live or somewhere else? Regardless of where you live, chances are pretty good your site is hosted in the United States.
Where is your website hosted – in the country where you live or somewhere else? Regardless of where you live, chances are pretty good your site is hosted in the United States. According to a recent study , 42% of the world’s top 1 million sites are hosted in the U.S.
Last week we showed that the top 1 million web sites in the world were hosted in almost 8,000 different cites. If these top sites were evenly distributed across the world, there would be about 5,900 sites hosted in each nation , but is that really the case
Do you know the hosting locations of the biggest websites in the world?
It should come as no surprise that the United States is the world leader in hosting websites. But just how many of the world’s top sites are hosted in the US? Following our study of web hosting in Africa, we now broaden the perspective and can announce that 43% of the world’s top 1 million websites are hosted in the United States. Top 20 web hosting countries After checking the IP addresses of the top 1 million websites as ranked by Alexa, we put them in order of how many websites are hosted in each country.
Africa, with its over 1 billion people, has reached a 13.5% Internet penetration rate, and there are plenty of big websites about the continent.
In our continuing series of interviews about web performance, we’re now joined by Yannick Kunegel, Manager, Systems Engineering – Eastern Europe, Middle East, and Africa at Citrix Systems . Citrix may not be the company that comes first to your mind when thinking about web performance or web companies. But if you look at its wide range of products and services, you’ll see that they do care very deeply about the web and how fast web services are for users
After our last interview with a representative of the Apache HTTP Server Project , we didn’t expect to hear so soon again from the leader in web server software.
In this continuing series of interviews about web performance, we now turn to cloud application platform provider Heroku .
We continue our series of interviews about web performance by talking to Arvind Jain, Engineering Director at Google.
This is the first in a series of interviews about web performance.