Content Delivery Networks

Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) are a system of distributed servers strategically positioned across various geographic locations to deliver web content efficiently to users. CDNs significantly reduce latency and improve load times by caching content closer to the end user, enhancing the overall user experience.

In addition to the publicly available content delivery networks, several companies have developed in-house CDNs.

Network Intelligence

The network data shown here is also available via the Netify Data Feed API. We provide network intelligence to help deliver better digital experiences to end users and businesses.

Netify Data Feeds

Why This Data?

Network equipment providers, SD-WAN vendors, VPN providers, and other solution vendors use this data to optimize the network. The data is used for quality-of-service (QoS), whitelisting IPs, true first-packet routing, WAN optimization, and more.

Fun Fact

The first CDN was launched by Akamai Technologies in 1998, inspired by a challenge posed at MIT to solve the problem of internet congestion.

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