Become a QUIC.cloud Sponsor or Partner and help enhance the QUIC.cloud experience for your clients and the entire network!
We are Listening
As a hosting provider, you play an integral role in our vision for QUIC.cloud.
Your feedback has been the driving source behind many of our recent developments, including generous packages reserved for your clients, truly anonymous API keys, and enhanced quota offerings in the free tiers.
We continue to seek your suggestions as we grow QUIC.cloud to its full potential! Join our Partner Network and/or become a Sponsor today.
For contributing a node to QUIC.cloud, we will list your business on a Sponsorship page. Sponsors have the following options available:
Bring QUIC.cloud straight to your own customers. We are currently accepting donation CDN nodes.
Contribute a node server as a POP and get your share of the revenue for the traffic served through your node. This option is for bigger companies with bandwidth to spare and good network connectivity. (We have the ability to limit node traffic to prevent any unexpected bills to the hosts.) To be clear, we recognize this may not be profitable immediately, but the hope, with your help of course, is to grow QUIC.cloud so this becomes a win-win for both parties.
By hosting a CDN node, you will be contributing to the growth of QUIC.cloud. Plus, your own clients will enjoy CDN service from a geographically beneficial server.
We are looking for high quality providers. If you are interested please fill out this form:
Contribute a server for non-CDN online services (such as Image Optimization). We are looking for high-quality hosting businesses with spare capacity to host and maintain service nodes for QUIC.cloud.
This will most directly benefit your own clients. When they request a service, those requests are made as locally as possible. For your clients it doesn’t get much more local than a node on your own network. A secondary benefit will be additional exposure to potential customers, through a listing on the QUIC.cloud Sponsor page.
What We Need:
High frequency CPUs to be used for image optimization servers, CCSS servers, and/or LQIP servers. No LXC or OpenVZ, please. We prefer KVM with CPU flags exposed, or dedicated servers.
What you can expect:
A few terabytes of traffic per month (if you have more cores, you will receive more traffic).