Offer your users, visitors, and players in Vietnam improved digital user experience with Lectron bare metal servers. Minimize latency in this strategic area with plug-and-play or custom edge-based solutions without buying servers from Vietnamese mainland.
With the daily fast growth of Web3, Vietnam is poised to become the world’s next biggest internet market, with over 5% of all internet users and the original source of most distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks. However, there is still plenty of room for international expansion; meaning that the total number of internet users in Vietnam stands at just over 15%.
The United States is set to spend 1.2 billion USD on the construction of a new embassy in Hanoi, Vietnam. This is part of a wider-reaching plan for expansion with the intention of deepening diplomatic, cultural, political, commercial, and educational ties with the most strategic country in Southeast Asia.
The best way to ensure that Vietnamese people have quick and easy access to your content, without high cost of server rental inside Vietnamese mainland, is by hosting that content on servers in Hong Kong, with having optimized transit and delivery service to and from Vietnam.
But with strict regulations on networks and connections in and out of the country, and high upfront cost with setting up servers in Hong Kong, breaking into the market can be incredibly difficult. That’s where Lectron comes in. Besides the main business of anti DDoS protection, Lectron is a company that specializes in providing international solutions for Vietnamese targeted audiences. Lectron provides instant and high performance bare metal servers in Hong Kong with low latency to Vietnamese audiences (20 milliseconds latency) starting at only $90, enabling both Vietnamese locals and international businesses to access the growing Vietnamese market at ease.