Pavlov Media announces the company added Los Angeles to its list of colocation facilities.  The new colo has one Gigabit capability which means the company is able to offer Gigabit speeds across southern California and part of surrounding states.  In addition to Los Angeles, Pavlov Media has colocation facilities in Dallas, Philadelphia, Tallahassee, and Minneapolis as well as 10 Gigabit Colocation facilities in Chicago, New York City, Atlanta, Indianapolis, Phoenix, Champaign/Urbana and Bloomington, IL.

“Bringing our Los Angeles Colocation online is a major step in expanding our delivery of Gigabit speeds on our network,” said Mark Scifres, CEO of Pavlov Media.  “Pavlov Media’s expansion is driven by the growth in demand for very high Internet speeds,” Scifres added.

The Los Angeles expansion means Pavlov Media capabilities like Tesseractiv® and WebSnap™ can be brought to hundreds of additional communities.

WebSnap™ is a combination of traffic management techniques that includes short, superfast blasts of service that snap up to circuit capacity speed.  The burst is brief—a few seconds but long enough to instantly load a webpage.  All residents at properties served by Pavlov Media have access to WebSnap™.

Tesseractiv® is the trademarked name of Pavlov Media’s Content Delivery Network, which improves high volume constant bit rate traffic (i.e. streaming video).  The combination of Tesseractiv® and WebSnap™ loads web pages faster and improves video performance.

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