Dotcom-Monitor Adds Locations to Worldwide Monitoring Network

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Dotcom-Monitor Adds Locations to Worldwide Monitoring Network: Johannesburg, South Africa; Buenos Aries, Argentina; Shanghai, China; Japan

Dotcom-Monitor -- external website monitoring service -- (, today announced the immediate availability of four additional worldwide monitoring locations:

  •     Johannesburg, South Africa;
  •     Buenos Aries, Argentina;
  •     Shanghai, China (from within the Great Firewall of China);
  •     Japan-Amazon.

In order to ensure the most accurate and consistent network monitoring latency, Dotcom-Monitor positions its monitoring locations in high-capacity, secure data centers that connect directly to major Internet backbones (typically T3, or higher lines).

The additional web site perfromance monitoring locations continue to round out the continually growing worldwide network of high-quality monitoring locations Dotcom-Monitor has had in place since 1998. To view the list of monitoring locations and Internet backbone providers click here:

As a result of the added location options, users of Dotcom-Monitor can further pinpoint the performance of their monitored devices from the perspective of user’s at a wider variety of geographic locations. Monitoring from these and other Dotcom-Monitor locations includes: Web application, browser-driven, HTTP(S), FTP(S), SMTP, POP3, IMAP, DNS, DNS blacklist, Traceroute, SOAP, TCP Port, Ping, SIP (for VoIP), and video stream monitoring.

For more information, contact Brad Canham at Dotcom-Monitor, 1-888-479-0741 ext.1, or email at sales (at)

About Dotcom-Monitor
Dotcom-Monitor is the #1 choice of IT monitoring experts for worldwide external monitoring to reduce the risk of downtime and performance issues that impact an organization’s online revenues and reputation.

Dotcom-Monitor brings together Monitoring, Reporting, Notification, Escalation and Analysis in the combination best suited to your needs. To learn more about web application, user experience, website monitoring, network monitoring, and server monitoring services, as well as web load stress testing services go to

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