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What is Content Delivery Network (CDN)? In telecommunications, a Content Delivery Network (CDN) is a datacenter technology that allows your content to be placed at server Points of Presence (POPs) for access by end users. Content Delivery Network (CDN) is also commonly referred to as Content Distribution Network, Content Delivery and CDN. The main purpose of a Content Delivery Network (CDN) is to improve the overall network performance, delivery and the end user experience. The end user may be a website visitor, customer or employee. With a Digital Content Delivery Network (CDN), content is generally a reference for web objects, downloadable media, software, documents, applications, real time streaming and more.
Content Delivery Services can help your business maximize bandwidth utilization by providing digital content to end users through multiple locations instead of a centralized server. Therefore, Content Delivery helps to disperse traffic and thereby reducing network bottlenecks and congestion which can result in a poor network performance a poor end user experience. The demand for Content Delivery Network (CDN) Services has grown rapidly to include mobile media, interactive website, online advertising, streaming audio and video as well as applications. Can your business or website afford not to have a Content Delivery Network (CDN) in place?
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