Network latency can have a huge impact on the speed of search engine. This is why we have launched what we call a Distributed Search Network (DSN) to overcome this.
It enables you to automatically duplicate your search engine and your data in multiple locations around the world (this is a complete copy of the search engine with all data, not just a cache).
This way, when one of your users searches for something, the query will be sent to the closest datacenter, which will greatly reduce the latency.
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