CDN is an acronym for Canadian dollars, but it also one for content delivery system or content distribution. It is a set of servers organized among more than one data center throughout the Internet. It is when content is hosted and delivered and available in more than one area of the Internet. Web hosted security can be available in this manner. Today’s business teams are made up of people who live, work, and travel in different hemispheres, timezones, infrastructures, and under different governments and regulations. Access to content is crucial.
A CDN enables users and managers of content to access it with high availability and performance. A good CDN can effectively serve all types of Internet content any time and any where such as social networks, live streaming and downloadable media, applications for mobile and not so mobile devices, electronic commerce, scripts, voice, and text.
Seven is a lovely number. Repeat a short important phrase seven times, and one is more likely to remember it. Diverse creation of Earth descriptions give the number of days as 7. There are 7 days in a week, 7 notes on a musical scale, and 7 physical directions of left, right, up, down, back, forward and center. But, there are also seven top benefits of a content delivery network.
Content delivery networks are a perfect complement to Internet sales, customer retention and security. Seven benefits to remember: reduced telecom infrastructure, bandwidth costs, and page load time; more content available anywhere; better video and voice experience; better reporting, and additional protection