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Mobitest Intended to Improve Awareness and Availability of Mobile Performance Benchmarking
Akamai® Technologies, Inc (NASDAQ: AKAM), the leading cloud platform for delivering secure, high-performing user experiences to any device, anywhere, today announced availability of Mobitest as an open source end-user testing agent designed to benchmark performance of mobile web sites. The Mobitest tool was developed by Blaze Software Inc., a provider of front-end optimization (FEO) technology that was acquired by Akamai in February 2012.
Mobitest is a unique technology able to measure page load times on many of today's most popular mobile devices. It offers detailed performance information, ranging from total page load times to individual request headers and timings. It is also designed to capture screenshots during page load, and show a video visualizing the page load as it happened.
"The mobile web is growing quickly, and with it the importance of mobile web performance," said Guy Podjarny, chief product architect, Akamai. "Challenges such as underpowered devices and high latency networks are further multiplied by a highly fragmented mobile landscape which changes at an incredible pace. To make the mobile web fast, we, as a web performance community, need to work together to provide online business owners with the right knowledge and tools they need and provide a quality experience on any device, anywhere."
The availability of Mobitest as both a free hosted service at http://akamai.com/mobitest, and as an open source test client provides the means to evaluate and deliver improved performance to a wide variety of mobile audiences. It allows organizations to better understand how long it takes to load their mobile web page on a real device over a real mobile network. Akamai has made the source code available through an open source license to run testing agents on iOS, Android and Blackberry devices, enabling users to measure on their own devices and within their internal networks, in addition to the free community service.
"Measuring mobile web performance on real devices gives the most accurate results, but it's a challenge to have multiple devices and to maintain consistent test conditions. Mobitest solves these challenges. It provides visibility into mobile performance in an easy-to-use tool," offered Steve Souders, author of High Performance Web Sites and web performance expert. "It's great to see Akamai open source the Mobitest code so that everyone can benefit from what's been built and help take Mobitest to the next level."
Akamai® is the leading cloud platform for helping enterprises provide secure, high-performing user experiences on any device, anywhere. At the core of the Company’s solutions is the Akamai Intelligent Platform™ providing extensive reach, coupled with unmatched reliability, security, visibility and expertise. Akamai removes the complexities of connecting the increasingly mobile world, supporting 24/7 consumer demand, and enabling enterprises to securely leverage the cloud. To learn more about how Akamai is accelerating the pace of innovation in a hyperconnected world, please visit www.akamai.com or blogs.akamai.com, and follow @Akamai on Twitter.
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This release contains information about future expectations, plans and prospects of Akamai's management that constitute forward-looking statements for purposes of the safe harbor provisions under The Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Actual results may differ materially from those indicated by these forward-looking statements as a result of various important factors including, but not limited to, failure of Akamai services to operate as expected or to address intended market needs, a failure of Akamai's network infrastructure, and other factors that are discussed in Akamai's Annual Report on Form 10-K, quarterly reports on Form 10-Q, and other documents periodically filed with the SEC.