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A Content Delivery Network is a geographically distributed network of servers where data in the form of texts , graphics, files, software, webpages and more is distributed to CDN nodes across a region or around the globe. A CDN environment, also short for Content Distribution Network, is used to improve and maintain high availability and it is used to cache static assets of websites geographically closer to users to increase performance. In this category you find our news articles about CDN and CDN Hosting.

CDNetworks Unveils New Live Streaming Solution Named Cloud Live

Global leading content delivery network (CDN) provider, CDNetworks, has officially released its new live streaming solution, Cloud Live.

Newly Launched CDN Alliance Aims to Represent Global CDN Industry

The newly established CDN Alliance is a global independent, non-profit industry association based in the Netherlands. Its aim is to address global industry challenges to further enhance the CDN Industry.

Fastly Announces Beta Release of Signal Sciences Agent on Its CDN Platform

Global content delivery network (CDN) provider Fastly (NYSE: FSLY) has announced beta availability of Signal Sciences agent on their Fastly edge cloud platform. According to Fastly, it represents a critical milestone toward the company’s vision of empowering developers to protect apps and APIs in every environment - cloud, on-premise, hybrid and now at the network edge.

European HPC Cloud Company Rapid.Space to Launch Japan Cloud Zone

Rapid.Space, a high-performance and hyper open cloud provider created by Nexedi and Amarisoft to build an international cloud infrastructure focusing on openness, transparency, and reversibility, has established its first Point-of-Presence in Japan now, in collaboration with Nexedi KK.

G-Core Labs Launches New Network PoPs for Its CDN in Romania and Canada

G-Core Labs, an international content delivery network (CDN), cloud and edge solutions provider, has expanded its CDN across Europe and North America.

Cloudflare Will Help Power an Internet with Zero Carbon Emissions

Global content delivery network (CDN) provider Cloudflare will help power an Internet with zero carbon emissions, so it says. Now, not only will one of the world’s largest and most interconnected networks operate on 100 percent renewable energy, but Cloudflare will also remove all historical carbon its global network has emitted since its founding by 2025.

Massive Internet Infrastructure Outage Today Due to Akamai DNS Outage

Many websites including major ones all across the world were affected by an outage at Akamai’s Edge DNS Service today. Content delivery network provider Akamai Technologies initially mentioned that a service disruption caused the huge Internet outage globally. Later on, the company stated that the root cause appeared to be a failure in their Edge DNS Service.

Fastly Unveils Serverless JavaScript with Zero Cold Starts

Global content delivery network (CDN) provider Fastly (NYSE: FSLY) has announced the availability of JavaScript in its [email protected] offering, allowing developers to build with even more flexibility in Fastly’s serverless compute environment.

Global CDN Provider Cloudflare Achieves FedRAMP Approval

Cloudflare (NYSE: NET), a global content delivery network (CDN) provider delivering Internet security, web performance and reliability solutions, has been accepted into the FedRAMP marketplace, the U.S. federal government’s stringent cloud security assessment program.

dotCMS Launches Global CDN Solution Backed by 30Tbit+ Backbone, dotCDN

dotCMS presents dotCDN, a fine-tuned integrated global content delivery network (CDN) powered by a 30Tbit+ backbone. The new CDN is built to grow with any project, from a few terabytes to hundreds of petabytes per month. The CDN is developed in collaboration with BunnyWay.

Microsoft, Splunk, Datadog, and Sumo Logic Now All integrated with Cloudflare

Global CDN (content delivery network) provider Cloudflare has announced new integrations with Microsoft Azure Sentinel, Splunk, Datadog, and Sumo Logic. This would make it simpler for organizations to connect and analyze important information across their infrastructure.