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Check out the new XPRTs around the world infographic!

If you’ve followed the XPRT blog for a while, you know that we occasionally update the community on some of the reach metrics we track by publishing a new version of the “XPRTs around the world” infographic. The metrics we track include completed test runs, benchmark downloads, and mentions of the XPRTs in advertisements, articles, and tech reviews. Gathering this information gives us insight into how many people are using the XPRT tools, and updating the infographic helps readers and community members see the impact the XPRTs are having around the world.

This week, we published a new infographic, which include the following highlights:

  • The XPRTs have been mentioned more than 13,900 times on over 4,000 unique sites.
  • Those mentions include more than 10,300 articles and reviews.
  • Those mentions originated in over 629 cities located in 67 countries on six continents. New cities of note include Bangalore, India; Donetsk, Ukraine; Lima, Peru; and Santiago, Chile.
  • The BenchmarkXPRT Development Community now includes 230 members from 76 companies and organizations around the world.


In addition to the growth in web mentions and community members, the XPRTs have now delivered more than 520,000 real-world results! We’re grateful for everyone who’s helped us get this far. Your participation is vital to our achieving our goal: to provide benchmark tools that are reliable, relevant, and easy to use.

Justin

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