Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 28, 2012
ChinaCache North America (CCNA), the global business unit of ChinaCache International Holdings Ltd., (“ChinaCache” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: CCIH), the leading total solutions provider of Internet content and application delivery services in China, announced today that its Director of CDN Operations, Adam Cheng, has been invited to host a session on China web performance optimization at the Velocity Europe Conference in London next week.
As the first and largest CDN in China by network footprint and market share, ChinaCache is a subject matter expert on China Internet and has proprietary insights on how to deliver the best web performance inside of China’s challenging Internet landscape. With China’s Internet market growing at spectacular rates, more and more multinationals are seeking to enter the market. Yet, there is a clear lack of publicly available information on how to navigate China’s unique telecom and regulatory barriers. Mr. Cheng will share his expertise during the Velocity session, titled “Optimize Your Website for China in 45 Minutes,” and cover some of the unique challenges associated with Internet in China as well as key steps to optimizing websites for the China market. The talk will appeal to those involved in operation experience, particularly for international web properties.
This will be the second time that the O’Reilly Media conference series has been held in Europe. The conference dates are October 2-4. For more information about the session, please visit: http://velocityconf.com/velocityeu2012/public/schedule/detail/26170.
About ChinaCache International Holdings Ltd.
ChinaCache International Holdings Ltd. (NASDAQ: CCIH) is a leading total solutions provider of internet content and application delivery services in China. As a carrier-neutral service provider, ChinaCache's network in China is interconnected with networks operated by all telecom carriers, major non-carriers and local Internet service providers. With more than a decade of experience in developing solutions tailored to China's complex internet infrastructure, ChinaCache is a partner of choice for businesses, government agencies and other enterprises to enhance the reliability and scalability of online services and applications and to improve end-user experience. For more information on ChinaCache, please visit en.chinacache.com.
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