At ZEIT, we care deeply about the consistency of your site's performance.
Whether customers access from their office computer in San Francisco, or their mobile phone while in Bangalore, they need to have a uniform, fast experience. Towards this goal, we have been adding new regions to our network over the past few weeks.
Today, we are announcing our fifth Edge region in the US: Omaha (Central US).

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ZEIT Now CDN latency for some of our regions, from your current location.


What this means

The availability of a new Edge region means that we can cache your content and make it available across our network even faster, and deliver a speedier cloud experience globally.
Combined with SFO1 (San Francisco), IAD1 (Washington DC), CLE1 (Cleveland) and PDX1 (Portland), OMA1 (Omaha) will allow your customers in United States to benefit from significant performance improvements.
Specifically, if they access from within or near Omaha, your customers will enjoy improved latency of over 5x over our previous options.
OMA1 (Omaha)
United States
8ms
IAD1 (Washington DC)
United States
41ms
SFO1 (San Fransisco)
United States
49ms

Smaller is better. The average latency (in ms) for a connection to OMA1, IAD1, and SFO1 from an office in Omaha.

OMA1 is Automatically Enabled

Following this announcement, OMA1 will be made available to all deployments automatically. All your customers in or near Omaha (such as those in Texas or Colorado) are already enjoying faster speeds. You need not do anything to take advantage of our Edge region in Omaha.
Please note that regardless of your chosen deployment region, your static assets and dynamic responses will always automatically be cached globally across all Edge regions in our network, ensuring the quickest response time for all of your users.

Conclusion

We are proud to be able to offer a faster web experience to our patrons in Central US.
Not only do we want to make a truly global infrastructure available, we also want it to be easily accessible. With our default Smart CDN, we are enabling every developer to improve the experience for their customers without any configuration.
We welcome your feedback and suggestions on Twitter, or over Chat.