Catchpoint's Monitoring Locations Now at 685 Worldwide
April 21, 2017
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Catchpoint announced the addition of over 30 monitoring locations in the last quarter, bringing its total to 685 worldwide.

- New China nodes bring Catchpoint's in-China total to an industry-leading 57 monitoring locations.

- New nodes in Australia with Telstra in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth, provide greater coverage in this region.

- New nodes on key cloud providers such as AWS, Azure, Google, IBM and Ali Cloud give customers the ability to plan their cloud migrations but also manage their cloud performance.

- New build-outs in the US including cities like Minneapolis, Portland and Salt Lake City, as they become important digital transformation hubs.

- New nodes in Africa expand Catchpoint's coverage beyond Northern and South Africa to Nigeria, Ghana, Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda and Botswana.

"The companies we serve care about brand protection, revenue growth, and operational excellence - so becoming aware of digital performance problems before they impact end users is paramount," says Mehdi Daoudi, CEO and co-founder of Catchpoint. "By continuing to invest in our network of monitoring nodes, we can provide actionable insight into the availability and reliability of websites, mobile sites, applications and various other internet services, ensuring stellar digital experiences for end users around the world."

New Monitoring Capabilities: Catchpoint's monitoring locations are enhanced with new monitoring capabilities such as DNS, Traceroute, API, IMAP, and TCP transactions. This empowers customers with the ability to monitor and measure every critical service, whether internal or third-party, that might impact the end-user experience.

Catchpoint's network also includes over 70 dedicated IPv6 nodes so customers can test, monitor and validate their IPv6 deployments and strategies.

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