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Welcome to Global Rail News, the newest member of the Rail Media family.

If you’re a regular Rail.co reader you’ll notice that we’ve gone through a few changes since your last visit.

Don’t worry though, we may have a new name, but Global Rail News has the same focus on bringing you breaking rail industry news from around the globe.

So what’s different?

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[li]Fully interactive[/li] As well as the attractive new design, Global Rail News is fully interactive, formatting beautifully to fit your desktop, tablet and smart phone, so you still receive the full site experience whether you’re checking the latest headlines at home or on the move. [/list]

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[li]Faster[/li] The site is also now hosted in the Cloud, making for a faster connection wherever in the world you are. [/list]

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[li]Keep up to date[/li] Those signed up for Rail.co daily and weekly updates will start receiving new Global Rail News bulletins and be sure to check out our new-look social media pages. [/list]

3 COMMENTS

  1. Looks very swish, nice work.

    Just wondering: you say the site is now hosted in “the Cloud” – where was it hosted before? Does this just mean it is now distributed across multiple servers rather than only one in the past?

    • Yes, that’s right. We found that during busy periods and popular news items our previous UK based dedicated server couldn’t cope as well as it should with the demand placed on it, so with Cloud hosting and Load Balancers we can handle the spikes in traffic. As Global Rail News is replicated across several servers around the world on a Content Delivery Network (CDN) readers pick up their most local version, therefore speeding up delivery.

      Hope that answers your question!

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