"For example, a home user with a 56K dial-up modem would perceive that his or her modem has been accelerated to over 250kbps. In addition (and more significant at high connection speeds), the data volume flowing over the connection is reduced by approximately 80%."
, Inc., a subsidiary of NCT Group, Inc., announced Fujitsu Siemens Computers
as the supplier of server hardware for Artera's Internet optimization network of data centers called the Artera Worldwide Optimized Backbone.
"The implementation of the Artera Worldwide Optimized Backbone enables us to effectively deliver optimizations to any region throughout the world," said Michael J. Parrella, CEO, Artera Group, Inc. "Each Artera Data Center is able to recognize the others and optimization choices are made based on user location, data location and best routing paths. We believe the deployment of this backbone to be a true breakthrough in data delivery."