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Features of EDGEPORT CDN
- Instant content delivery to worldwide consumers
- 160+ Super PoPs (points of presence) located on 6 continents
- 4,000+ global interconnections
- Our Super PoPs are strategically located at the center of the world’s fastest data interchanges. We are able to deliver more content with less overhead than other CDNs
- Global scalability with massive capacity for static caching and dynamic content acceleration with fast TLS connection and Anycast DNS over a PCI-DSS compliant network
- Reduce requests and bandwidth from the origin location
- HTTP/3 ready – QUIC (Quick UDP Internet Connections) enables maximum web performance speed and security
- Fast-routing IP Anycast technology
- Intelligent load balancing
- 100% availability of the content and 30% faster performance
- Direct interconnection (peering) arrangements
- Open Peering Policies for single-hop low latency connections to thousands of networks.
- We provide premium traffic offering the same pricing across all continents and countries
- On-demand service with no surprising bills (simple and reasonably priced model)
- Easy-to-use GUI and APIs
- Basic automatic caching functions
- Fast and secure DNS resolutions
- DDoS protection
- TLS encryption
- PCI-DSS compliant network
True Consumption-Based Pricing
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FAQs About CDN
Answering Your Most Common Questions about Content Delivery Services
What is CDN?
CDN is a distributed network of servers designed to accelerate web content delivery to end-users. It reduces latency and network congestion by using servers located in different parts of the world. CDN can also provide additional benefits such as improved security, availability, and scalability.
How does CDN work?
CDN works by caching website content on servers located in strategic locations around the world. When a user requests a website, the content is delivered from the server closest to them, reducing the load time and improving the overall user experience.
What do the POPs mean?
POPs refer to the physical locations where CDN servers are deployed. Each POP contains a group of servers that work together to deliver web content to end-users in the local area, reducing latency and network congestion.
How does CDN handle HTTPS traffic?
CDN fully supports HTTPS traffic and can automatically generate SSL certificates for customers who don’t have their own. Customers can also bring their own SSL certificates if they prefer.