ZeroBounce has upgraded its global data center by adding what it calls high-availability clusters in the U.S.
The clusters will help clients utilize the firm’s email verification API, ZeroBounce says.
All requests are now “automatically directed towards the new server protocols,” increasing the speed of the email verification process,” states ZeroBounce CEO Liviu Tanase.
The clusters improve the response time for queries from the U.S., while allowing faster reaction to API calls from locations throughout the globe, the company claims.
ZeroBounce serves clients in 122 countries.