Keynote Expands Measuring Infrastructure
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Internet service quality measurement firm Keynote Systems expanded its infrastructure of local and regional measurement computers to 120 locations in 50 metropolitan areas around the world.
The company said it now can collect up to 100 million performance and availability measurements per day.
The expansion increases the ability of the Keynote Perspective service to provide customers with accurate data and analysis of Web site quality of service as experienced by users around the world across all the major Internet access providers and access methods.
Keynote currently collect and store over 12 million measurements each day from 220 measurement computers connected to the Internet in over 90 measurement locations.
The Keynote Perspective service profiles the complete user experience of executing interactive multi-page transactions, such as buying merchandise or making a travel reservation, and downloading content, including graphics and banner ads.