Twitter back online after global outage hits thousand

A view of the Twitter logo at its corporate headquarters in San Francisco, California

Twitter Inc suffered a major outage on Wednesday, leaving tens of thousands of users globally unable to access 

Since billionaire Elon Musk took over Twitter as CEO in late October. 

Website that tracks outages through a range of sources including user reports

About 2,500 from Japan and about 2,500 from the UK at the peak of the disruption. 

They faced technical issues accessing the social network via web browser.

According to the website, with some users later commenting service had returned to normal 

Musk tweeted later on Wednesday that "Significant backend server architecture changes"

"Twitter should feel faster", but his post did not make any reference to the downtime reported by users. 

users said the issue also affected the mobile app and features including notifications.