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Dotcom-Monitor Adds New Website Monitoring Station in Tel Aviv

Dotcom-Monitor announced today that it has opened a new web monitoring station in Tel Aviv, Israel, that allows its customers to measure the performance of their websites in this significant Middle East market. Using Dotcom-Monitor’s service, companies on the Internet can proactively monitor how well their websites and web applications respond to various user actions, such as page viewing, online shopping and online form usage, from an external user’s perspective.

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Dotcom-Monitor Expands Website Monitoring In Europe – Germany Location

Dotcom-Monitor, the leader and innovator in advanced website monitoring services, today announced the debut of its new monitoring station in Frankfurt, Germany. The station, one of nine owned and operated by Dotcom-Monitor around the world, creates an even greater degree of assurance for the company’s e-business, Internet Service Provider (ISP) and Application Service Provider (ASP) clients that their Internet services are performing at maximum effectiveness.

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New Global Website Monitoring Location Added – Boulder, Colorado, USA

Dotcom-Monitor has just added Boulder, Colorado as its newest website monitoring station, its fifth location in the USA.

The Boulder monitoring station is a remotely controlled robot that visits a company’s website, performing functions such as surfing, testing forms, simulating shopping cart purchases, and checking security certificates. Businesses use the results of the robots visits to determine how their sites respond to human visitors in such areas as performance, accessibility and response times.

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Website Monitoring Comes to Calgary | New Site for Website Monitoring

Dotcom-Monitor has just chosen Calgary for its newest website monitoring location, bringing executive class monitoring to western Canada.

The Calgary monitoring station is a remotely controlled robot that visits a company’s website, performing functions such as surfing, testing forms and simulating shopping cart purchases. Website owners use the results of the robots visits to determine how their sites respond to human visitors in such areas as performance, accessibility and response times.

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