The San Francisco-based real-time content delivery network Fastly
has opened is fifth office in Denver.
The 2,200-square-foot space at 1445 Market St. will house eight Denver-area employees in sales and product development. Fastly helps companies accelerate web content to end users. The company also has offices in San Francisco, New York, London and Tokyo.
"Fastly chose Denver as its latest location because of easy access to companies in the Midwest and mountain states," said Jonathan Candee, director of sales for Fastly's central region and leader of the Denver office. "The city's vibrant community of technology talent, market-leading tech companies and growth-focused venture-funded startups made Denver an easy choice."
Denver has been a key to Fastly's geographic strategy since October 2014, when the company opened a downtown Denver technical Point of Presence (PoP), which is wihtin walking distance of its new LoDo office.
"Our larger network reach and increased capacity will help allow current and future customers share our dedication to high-quality web experiences," says Artur Bergman, Fastly CEO. "Fastly thanks its customers for contributing to our rapid growth. We're honored to be supporting them along the way."
The Fastly content delivery network gives businesses complete control over how they serve content, access to real-time performance analytics and the ability to cache frequently changing content. The company powers popular online destinations, including Twitter, the Guardian, Fast Company, Pinterest and Shazam.
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