BaishanCloud to Provide Cloud Delivery Services for Booking.com

BEIJING and SEATTLE, Nov. 23, 2017BaishanCloud (Baishan), a leading provider of cloud data services in China, announced today that it has inked a service contract with Booking.com, a leading global online travel e-commerce company. Under the terms of the contract, Baishan will provide Booking.com with customized cloud delivery solutions into the China market.

Geared toward improving overall user experience, Baishan's cloud delivery solutions effectively address the challenges faced by Booking.com with respect to cross-border network latency and service availability in the local market. Based on geographical distribution of users, Baishan customized solutions utilize intelligent routing algorithm, TCP optimization and optimization of kernel to ensure high service performance for Booking.com.

Baishan's high performance cloud delivery platform is bringing much improved user experience in China in that the screen loading time and page response time of Booking.com's online services in China have been significantly reduced. According to Catchpoint, a third party web performance monitoring company, Baishan's solutions for Booking.com have helped reduce the acquisition time of first byte by 89% and page response time by 92%. Overall service availability is subsequently enhanced.

“We are very happy to be chosen by Booking.com. It further demonstrates Baishan's ability to serve top brand name customers,” said Eddie Zhao, partner and GM for North America at Baishan. “With increasing number of multinational companies adopting Baishan cloud data services, we are confident that our services will continue to add vales to our customers,” he added.

Baishan's cloud services have gained considerable market traction in the past year. It is currently serving over 300 large and medium size Internet and enterprise customers, including a number of top brand name multinational companies. 

About Booking.com

Established in 1996 in Amsterdam, Booking.com has grown from a small Dutch startup to one of the largest travel e-commerce companies in the world. With a mission to empower people to experience the world, Booking.com invests in digital technology that helps take the friction out of travel.  Booking.com website lists approximately 1,400,000+ properties in 226 countries and books 1,500,000 room nights per day. The website is available in 43 languages.

About BaishanCloud

Founded in April 2015, BaishanCloud is a leading provider of cloud data services in China specializing in a full range of cloud data services. With a strong emphasis on data interactions and exchanges in the post cloud market, BaishanCloud's cloud suite is comprised of cloud delivery, cloud storage, and cloud linkage.  BaishanCloud next generation cloud platform fulfills the data-transmission, data-storage, data-consumption, and data-governance needs of Internet and enterprise customers.  Baishan has offices in Beijing, Seattle, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen and R&D centers in Xiamen and Guian.

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