Genesis Public Cloud Network Transfers
c6s.3xlarge - Mar 27 2020




We have performed large file transfers from the Genesis Public Cloud - c6s.3xlarge cloud server, both downloads and uploads and we measured their speed.

The transfers involve multiple files, 10 threads and they last for at least 10 seconds at maximum speed. The transfers are repeated 4 times from different servers and the fastest is used for comparisons and to calculate the grades.

You may experience faster speeds using you own Speedtest client. This is because VPSBenchmarks deliberately excludes Speedtest servers with a ping latency under 7ms from the VPS in order to avoid measuring intra-datacenter transfer speeds, which are not representative of the real world.

Provider: Genesis Public Cloud
Plan: c6s.3xlarge
Datacenter: Illinois, USA
Number of CPU cores: 6
CPU type: Intel(R) Xeon(R) E-2288G CPU @ 3.70GHz

Download Speed
784 Mbps
Upload Speed
309 Mbps

Server Download size (MB) Download duration (ms) Upload size (MB) Upload duration (ms) Ping Latency (ms)
speedtest.esu5.org 492 10701 367 10544 27
speedtest1.rgfiber.net 744 10599 430 10391 24
speedtest.ideatek.com 1013 10343 403 10440 31
speedtest.okencore.com 693 10605 279 10560 26

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