US networking giant CenturyLink is greatly expanding its operations in Asia-Pacific, which will include a substantially increased presence in Australia.
US communications provider CenturyLink says it has strengthened its content delivery network (CDN) service capabilities in 11 cities across Asia Pacific (APAC) to cater to growing demands from global broadcasters, over the top (OTT) video streaming platforms and gaming companies.
Australia recorded the highest average peak mobile connection speeds globally in the fourth quarter of last year, recording speeds of 153.3 Mbps, but conversely fixed broadband went backwards, according to the latest State of the Internet report from content delivery network (CDN) provider Akamai.
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