As the end-user experience continues to wield a major influence on infrastructure design, latency-sensitive networks have become top of mind for IT teams. Additionally, data centers are shifting to next-gen virtualization and elastic cloud architectures for low latency networking on- and off-site.
The largest driver of latency is distance, but with the right routing and network solutions, businesses can properly route their network efficiently to mitigate latency and move traffic faster over greater distances.
Companies that leverage the expertise of a niche IT advisement resource benefit from an impartial viewpoint that is critical for choosing the right solutions to meet business objectives. NEF's industry and solution insights help maximize network potential by aligning specific business requirements with the right technologies to deliver an improved network experience for all users, regardless of location.
Speak with an NEF solutions specialist today to learn more about low latency network options including design, specialized routes and purpose-built latency optimized networks.
Low Latency's Impact on the Web
Equation Research found if a website doesn't load quickly...
of visitors will leave your site.
of visitors will blame the website owner.
of visitors won't come back.