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ChinaCache International Holding (CCIH) Opens Doors of New North America R&D Center

Today, ChinaCache International Holding, Ltd. announced the opening of its North American-based R&D center, located in Silicon Valley. In addition to providing additional resources for ChinaCache’s North American customer base, the facility will be developing next-gen content-aware network services.

ChinaCache is a provider of content delivery network services and is associated with networks on every Chinese telcom, including major non-carriers and local ISPs. ChinaCache is focused on delivering an excellent end-user experience for customers of online services and applications. The company has over a decade of experience working with China’s internet infrastructure.

Dr. Alexi G. Tumarkin will head up the new R&D center as ChinaCache’s Chief Architect. Before serving at ChinaCache, Tumarkin was the head of product R&D at Cisco System, as well as VP of Engineering and Technology at CDNetworks, and co-founder and VP of R&D at Netli. Tumarkin has developed seven patents in the field of content distribution.

Song Wang, the founder, chairman and chief executive officer of ChinaCache, said, “Our newly established North America R&D center in Silicon Valley provides substantial geographical and technological advantages. By allowing us to maintain close communications with international clients, the new center strengthens our ability to provide services overseas while also supporting the international business development goals of Chinese companies. The next-generation network services will enable ChinaCache to analyze the network environment faced by customers in order to provide the highest-quality solutions from the cloud to the end-users. To support this emerging trend, our new North America R&D center will focus on technological developments in mobile internet, cloud computing and network safety and reliance.”

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