Content Delivery Network Providers
Content Delivery Network (CDN) is an interconnected system of reliable servers and services placed by Content Delivery Network Providers at strategic locations (data centres), to help websites perform better while reducing the complexities and distance between users and content targeted at them. This significant effort is to ensure that no matter where users are in the world, they do not miss out on important opportunities. CDN Providers help websites to perform better by using tools like web caching, request routing, server-load balancing and website hosting services to reduce the time it takes for content to be delivered on the Client side. CDN Providers have close ties with such organizations that thrive on effective delivery of content to grow their business. The typical procedure is to deliver content via proxy servers that are closest to each Client. By so doing, fewer packets are lost, performance is enhanced, and users are happy. This result goes a long way to boost the reputation of such brands that use Content Delivery Network in pushing out content to customers on a regular basis.
PAT Grid™ (Beta) for Content Delivery Network Providers
Measures how well the product or service is performing.
Measures how the product or service is rated in comparison to other products.