Response Time as a Function of Distance   Related Topics

Response time is related to the distance that data has to travel from the time your computer connects with the server and back to your computer. The greater the distance, the more time it takes to send and receive data. AWC systems are located in widely scattered places, such Kingman, AZ and Sacramento, CA. Geographic distance has a noticeable impact on system response time at many locations throughout AWC.

Users should be aware that distance can be an issue, adjust their expectations accordingly, and plan ahead when they travel from site to site.

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Understanding Response Time