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Google stops its cache servers of the Russian ISPs

Google has ended its contracts with the ISPs which allows their customers to use the Google Global Cache servers for loading data fastly. Consequently, due to the ongoing war period, the search engine company has closed the agreement with Russia’s Internet Service Providers (ISPs).

Current action taken by the company has started to affect the users. Consequently to those who are using small operators for their internet usage. The companies that are stopped from using the cache services of google are listed in the anti-Russian sanctions list. This resulted in cancellation of their contracts. However, some of the big companies like Rostelecom, MTS and MegaFon are still using the search engine’s services.

The Google Global Cache lets ISPs to serve a certain Google content within their own networks. This relieves crowding within the networks and lessens the amount of traffic on your links.

Accordingly, the search engine stated that the ISPs were too small and attracted very less traffic and due to this they cancelled contracts. Also, it stated that the reason for switching off the servers was changes in legal practices.


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