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Frequently asked questions

Do I need to use Price Encryption?

Unity recommends but does not require obfuscation for integration with the exchange. Price obfuscation ensures a secure method of passing sensitive price information back to the partner, but omitting it will not impede the integration process.

Where are Unity’s data centers located?

All global traffic is routed to a US-EAST data center located in Virginia.

How does Unity count impressions?

Unity counts impressions when the ad is rendered. Unity pre-caches, then fires the nURL and impression pixel at the same time the ad renders.

What is your TTL?

Unity’s time to live (TTL) is 120 minutes for all formats.

Do you support loss notifications?

Yes. For more information, see the Loss notifications section of the Optimization features documentation.

What is your timeout threshold?

The default threshold is 200 ms, though Unity is able to extend that in certain circumstances (for more information, contact your account manager).

Do you require secure URLs?

Yes. All URLs that Unity is expected to fire must be TLS-compliant and have an https:// prefix.

Do you support GZIP Requests and Responses?

Yes, Unity is able to send GZIP requests, and by default requires partners to send GZIP responses back. This helps with bandwidth and optimizing costs.

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Last updated on 16th May 2022