How NetEx Works:
CDS’ data centers in Beijing, Shanghai, and Wuxi provide Global BGP peering connectivity with Global BGP servers acting as a dedicated international gateway. When Global BGP is assigned to a Virtual Data Center, the host’s IP address is “broadcast” worldwide to all AS networks with direct peering to CDS. All routing requests to the host’s IP addresses are then directly routed to CDS’ network without any searching, forwarding, and transmitting – significantly lowering latency.
The Global BGP enabled server provides Internet access from China to anywhere in the world with significantly lower latency and higher availability. A CDS Global BGP peer enabled server can provide reliable access to services such as Google, Facebook, and Wikipedia, as well as company CRMs and software.