IPVanish, which is already one of the best VPNs in the world, is now even better with a new network expansion putting it at the top of the VPN game with upgraded speeds.
With this infrastructure improvement, the company promises faster speeds than ever while still providing the same privacy and security features.
What has been updated?
IPVanish’s latest generation of hardware uses AMD Epyc series processors with Intel’s XXV710 network cards, providing 25 Gbps of connectivity. That, in case you wonder, is a 2.5x improvement in per server network throughput capacity; these servers were first seen in IPVanish’s Ashburn data center back in February 2020.
Throughout 2020, the company updated its major data centers including those in Amsterdam, Ashburn, Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Frankfurt, London, Los Angeles, Madrid, Miami, New York, Paris, San Jose, Seattle, Seoul, Singapore, Stockholm, Sydney, Tokyo, Toronto, and Warsaw.
On the record
“IPVanish is thrilled to enter 2021 delivering an improved network, and we’re not stopping there,” Wayne MacLaurin, SVP of Technology at IPVanish, said in a statement. “This year, further developments are planned as IPVanish continually evaluates the performance of our network and evolves our infrastructure to meet the demands of our customers. The rollout of WireGuard across our network in early 2021 will also provide additional performance improvements for our customer base.”
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