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NGINX Found Running 146 Million Websites--a Huge Web Server Success

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NGINX, the company focused on the widely used web server platform of the same name, announced this week that it now powers a whopping 146 million websites. That’s 52 percent more sites than the 96 million reported a year ago. It's more evidence--along with the continuing success of Apache's offerings--that open source projects have had an enormous impact on the web server arena, and the rise of the web itself.

NGINX is touting its entry in this space as "the fastest growing web server technology on the planet."

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