Qik Sees “Unprecedented” Workload on Servers Thanks to EVO 4G

HTC EVO 4G owners trying to use Qik Video over the weekend found themselves running into all sorts of connection issues thanks to overwhelming and unprecedented demand.  The Qik blog is telling us that they have had to temporarily unpublish the video calling application over extreme workloads.  Qik is reporting that their servers were hit with twenty times their normal requests.  The company is working to provision more capacity and hopes to have things back up before long.

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9 Comments

  1. Rene
    June 07, 19:49 Reply

    The US already had a lead in Android adaptation, this Evo device will push the US even more ahead!

  2. MeMyself&I
    June 07, 21:29 Reply

    Wow, it's almost like Qik didn't know this phone was launching on June 4. Do they read the internets?

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