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Thursday 8 May 2014

Incapsula expanding from 16 to 30 POPs by the end of 2014

Today, we received this exciting news from our DDoS partner, Incapsula in sharing their network expansion plan for 2014. With the first quarter behind , and with three new data centers already in place. Incapsula are excited to announce their commitment to doubling it's network size - expanding from 16 to 30 Points of Presence (POPs) by the end of the year.

With these new data centers, we expect Incapsula’s overall network capacity to surpass 1.5 Tbps. Plus, each of Incapsula’s POPs will be upgraded to cache 30 times more than its current capacity by adding new border switches with increased port density.

Where is the New Data Center? 

Western Hemisphere

  1. Atlanta, USA
  2. Lima, Peru
  3. Madrid, Spain
  4. Mexico City, Mexico
  5. Sao Paulo, Brazil
  6. Toronto, Canada
Eastern Hemisphere

  1. Auckland, New Zealand
  2. Hong Kong, China
  3. Milan, Italy
  4. Mumbai, India
  5. Seoul, South Korea
  6. Vienna, Austria
  7. Warsaw, Poland

Below are the some latest updates from Incapsula about their DDoS capacities. We, at EVERWORKS.com have been engaging to Incapsula's CDN and DDoS protection solution for our Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam clients. Our clients are so far all satisfied with the speed and protection feature given by Incapsula for their online businesses.

Staying Ahead of DDoS Attacks
Our rapid network expansion is not only fueled by Incapsula’s own growth but also by the growth of volumetric DDoS attacks. Since the beginning of 2013, we’ve witnessed an unprecedented increase in the number of large-scale DDoS threats to the point where one in every three attacks now reaches beyond 20Gbps and +100Gbps DDoS threats are no longer uncommon.

With several large-scale DDoS events occurring on a daily basis, and with more and more websites looking to Incapsula for protection, we knew it was time to invest; not just for the need of today, but also for the goals of tomorrow.

And so, as big as today’s announcement is for us, it’s still yet another piece of a much bigger picture, with the next big DDoS related update already around the corner.


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