What is a CDN?

CDN (Content Delivery Network) is geographically distributed network infrastructure, consisting of caching proxy servers, allowing to distribute the service delivery centers to subscribers in order to optimize the load on the communication channels and increase the data download speed.

A CDN allows for the quick transfer of assets needed for loading Internet content including HTML pages, js files, stylesheets, images, and videos. The popularity of CDN services continues to grow, and today the majority of web traffic is served through CDNs, including traffic from major sites like Facebook, Netflix, and Amazon.

Content delivered from a server closest to your physical location gives you a faster, high-performance web experience.