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A new architecture for the modern internet

Deploying thousands of small, scattered points of presence (POPs) may have worked for legacy CDNs in the dial-up era, but the internet has become increasingly dynamic, and spinning disks no longer get the job done. Fastly has taken a fundamentally different approach: we’ve focused our efforts on placing fewer, more powerful POPs at strategic locations around the world. With Tier 1 transit, solid-state drive (SSD) powered servers, and an engineering team that lives to optimize for speed, we’ve built a blazing-fast network that requires less hardware to deliver comprehensive global reach. Fastly’s high-density POPs enable us to serve more from cache, including static and event-driven content. This improves your cache hit ratio, resulting in better user experiences.

Fastly edge cloud network


** This map is accurate as of 7-2017 **

17 Tbps of connected global capacity

North America

  • Ashburn 2X
  • Atlanta
  • Boston
  • Chicago 2X
  • Dallas
  • Denver
  • Los Angeles 2X
  • Miami
  • Minneapolis
  • Montreal
  • Newark
  • New York
  • San Jose
  • Seattle
  • Toronto

South America

  • São Paulo
  • Rio de Janeiro

Europe

  • Amsterdam
  • Frankfurt 2X
  • London 2X
  • Madrid 
  • Paris
  • Stockholm

Africa

  • Johannesburg

Asia

  • Dubai
  • Hong Kong
  • Osaka
  • Singapore
  • Tokyo

Australia & New Zealand

  • Auckland
  • Brisbane
  • Melbourne
  • Perth
  • Sydney
  • Wellington

Coming soon

  • Chennai
  • Columbus
  • Houston
  • Mumbai
  • Palo Alto
  • Tel Aviv
  • Tokyo
  • Vancouver

Fastly cache server specs

  • 24 TB of SSDs
  • 768 GB of RAM
  • 4 x 25 Gigabit Ethernet

Performance by the numbers

  • 150 ms to purge - globally
  • ~ 5 sec to change a config through the web API
  • Sub-millisecond TTFB on the 99th%

Peering with Fastly

Fastly peers with other Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and Content Networks with IPv4 and IPv6 connectivity on Autonomous System (AS) 54113 for the purpose of exchanging traffic between these networks. To learn more about peering with Fastly, visit our peering page.