News Industry 3. May 20, 2022
Continent 8 announces “private internet for iGaming markets”
Continent 8 Technologies launched a private internet called the Gaming Exchange. The Gaming Exchange will be an exclusive network for iGaming companies, allowing them to communicate faster and more securely over the internet than they can do via standard. The new system does not require additional configuration.
Gaming Exchange boasts low latency, high performance and can be reached at both local and global levels. Continent 8 claims that this system cannot be attacked externally and it is completely protected by the company, minimizing the chance of DDoS attacks.
The Gaming Exchange users will also be able to access a Premium Portal. It is an analytics dashboard that shows traffic flow to and from Continent 8 as well as to other gaming partners.
Justin Cosnett, Continent 8 Chief Product Officer, said: “We know iGaming companies are constantly talking to each other over the internet. Gaming Exchange has been a major game-changer in the industry. It is an exclusive network that allows companies to communicate on a highly secured and fast network.
“As one of the most attacked industries, the level of security that we can provide via the Gaming Exchange offers a highly valuable solution for our customers. It is products such as the Gaming Exchange that help to further establish Continent 8 as the leading managed hosting, connectivity, cloud and security solutions provider to the global gambling industry.”
Continent 8 had its launch earlier in the month. Public Cloud Solution in Toronto (Ontario). This decision was made following customer demand within the province’s newly legalised online gambling market.
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