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Google Picks RouteScience

Google spiffs up search engine with RouteScience's PathControl

July 23, 2002

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SAN MATEO, Calif. -- RouteScience, the leading provider of route control solutions, today announced that Google Inc., developer of the award-winning Google search engine, has selected RouteScience PathControl to enhance the performance of the popular Google search engine. "We chose PathControl to help Google improve its network performance by avoiding Internet brownouts, and lowering Internet bandwidth costs," said Urs Holzle, Google Fellow. "An efficient network enables Google to deliver even faster search results to the millions of people who use Google every day." RouteScience PathControl uses patent-pending technology to measure an organization's end-to-end application performance to its own end users over the Internet, giving the ability to automatically route traffic in real time to the best ISP link. This virtually eliminates performance problems caused by Internet brownouts that result from excessive latency and loss, making transactions to poorly served end users more than 10 times faster. PathControl allows enterprises and service providers to reengineer their ISP connectivity to lower bandwidth costs by leveraging multiple, low-cost ISPs to obtain superior Internet performance. RouteScience Technologies Inc.

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