Content Delivery Network

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A content delivery network (CDN) is an interconnected system of computers that delivers webpages to a user based on the geographic locations of the user. It basically serves content to the end-users with high availability and high performance. In a CDN, content remains in numerous copies on multiple servers due to the content replication for optimized speed of content delivery. With the help of this advanced tool, a website grows by streaming to thousands of visitors. Concurrently, CDN keep websites secured against the risks of attacks and enhance the performance of complex web applications.

Apart from this, following are few of the advantages of Content delivery network:

- Reduced page load time of your website

- Improved content redundancy

- Enhanced data backup, archiving and storage capacity

- Easy delivery of video and audio rich content

This is beneficial for both individuals as well as enterprises who rely on online data backup services.


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