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A content delivery network (CDN) is a system of distributed servers that deliver webpages and other Web content to a user based on the geographic locations of the user, the origin of the webpage and a content delivery server. This service is effective in speeding the delivery of content of websites with high traffic and websites that have global reach. The closer the CDN server is to the user geographically, the faster the content will be delivered to the user. CDNs also provide protection from large surges in traffic.
Servers nearest to the website visitor respond to the request. The CDN copies the pages of a website to a network of servers that are dispersed at geographically different locations, caching the contents of the page. When a user requests a webpage that is part of a content delivery network, the CDN will redirect the request from the originating site's server to a server in the CDN that is closest to the user and deliver the cached content. The CDN will also communicate with the originating server to deliver any content that has not been previously cached.
Several case studies have shown mind blowing results. It is amazing how much effect a fast loading site has on your conversion rate. Mozilla's optimized experimental variation took 2.2 seconds off the average page load time and increased download conversions by a whopping 15.4%!
If your e-commerce site is making $1,000 per day, a one second page delay could potentially cost you $25,000 in lost sales every year. Amazon found that one tenth of a second of load speed is worth one percent of sales.
Studies have discovered some factors regarding how loading time affects customers. Nearly half of viewers expect a web page to load in less than two seconds! And not only that, but 52% of online shoppers claimed that loading speed is important for their loyalty to a site.
Google has said that page speed is a factor used in their ranking algorithm. Pages that load faster are shown higher in search results. Maintaining a high SEO rank is hard work; don't let a slow page ruin your efforts
Some of the major cities with our CDN POPs have been listed below. More locations are available through 3rd party providers and our newly added POPs. To check if the location you require is available, please contact our sales team.
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CDN now offers more locations than the Amazon and Microsoft CDNs combined.
Supported protocols, methods & content types
Content is distributed proactively to edge servers in your chosen CDN locations. Push is normally recommended where file sizes regularly exceed 50MB, such as application installers or game patches.
CloudOYE CDN's live streaming capabilities are enabled by Wowza Media Server 3, the leading high-performance media server.
Video on Demand
Deliver video with YouTube style features like fast forward and rewind: