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StackPath Named Best Tech Startup in Dallas for Fifth Consecutive Year – PR Newswire

There is a lot of buzz around the “edge”. However, while the buzz has grown rapidly, actual solutions have been slower to materialize and it is not uncommon for companies to claim they are “edge” when they only offer a small piece of the puzzle such as a SaaS product or a colocation solution versus a full edge solution.

StackPath is the only provider to offer a full complement of compute products at edge locations, including virtual machines (VMs), containers and serverless as well as leading edge services such as a content delivery network (CDN) and WAF. StackPath edge compute can connect to end users up to 2.6x faster than competing cloud compute provided by public core cloud providers.

“We are honored to once again be recognized as a leader in both Dallas and Texas by The Tech Tribune”, said Kip Turco, StackPath CEO. “Our edge compute, edge security, and edge delivery solutions provide new opportunities for all types of businesses that require scalability, decreased latency and reduced operational costs – not only in Texas but around the world.”

About StackPath 

StackPath is a cloud platform built at the internet’s edge, providing infrastructure and services physically closer to the source or destination of data than hyperscale cloud service providers. StackPath Edge Compute (including virtual machines and containers), Edge Delivery (including CDN and serverless scripting), and Edge Security (including WAF) solutions run in edge locations strategically deployed in high-density markets and united by a secure global network and a single management system. Customers ranging from Fortune 50 enterprises to one-person startups trust StackPath to give their latency-sensitive workloads and real-time applications the speed, security, and efficiency they require. 

Susie Scott
VP, Corporate Communications, StackPath
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