If you tried QUIC.cloud previously, during our beta period, then we hope you will be pleasantly surprised by all of the exciting enhancements that we’ve implemented recently, including our own DNS service and a greatly expanded and improved network of global nodes.
November 14th, 2022
About the three web server vulnerabilities CVE-2022-0072 CVE-2022-0073 and CVE-2022-0074, who is impacted, and what you should doRead More
QUIC.cloud DNS provides better integration with the CDN, gets accurate geolocation for your visitors, and speeds up your site!
LiteSpeed Technologies has introduced Docker images for both LiteSpeed Enterprise and OpenLiteSpeed web servers, as well as a WordPress App bundle.
LiteSpeed 2019 in Review: Last year was a great year for the LiteSpeed community. We’d like to take a second and recap some of our proudest achievements of 2019.
Dmitri chatted with FLOSS Weekly recently to discuss LSQUIC: LiteSpeed’s open source QUIC and HTTP/3 library.
LiteSpeed announces BBR congestion control in QUIC and HTTP/3. BBR can deliver sustained throughput performance even under suboptimal network conditions.
We’ve released our QUIC and HTTP/3 library under an open-source license. The library, written in C, contains client and server logic with examples.
Jelastic, the multi-cloud DevOps Platform-as-a-Service, has announced out-of-box support for LiteSpeed Web Server and LiteSpeed Web ADC.
We are excited to announce our brand new QUIC exploration service: HTTP3Check.