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Why Use a CDN?

by Heather Vale2014-03-13

How can you deliver multi-media content across the globe at the speed of light? Heather Vale Goss of Performance Marketing Insider talks with Matt Levine, CTO of CacheFly, at the NMX New Media Expo in Las Vegas. The CacheFly Content Delivery Network ensures fast, reliable delivery of rich media. That means if you have a busy site with downloadable content or streaming media, you can serve your customers with little to no lag time using CacheFly servers… even if they’re in a different country or continent. And no, you don’t have to change your current web host to use the service.

About The Author
Heather Vale
Heather Vale is a seasoned journalist, writer and interviewer known as The Unwrapper™. For more than 20 years she has worked in all media: TV, radio, print and online. She began interviewing on the internet for the first time in 1998, and for the second time in 2005. Many of the sites she has founded revolve around her branding concept “Unwrapped” — which is about metaphorically peeling back the layers of the onion to get to the core truth in any topic.
  • 2014-03-14 at 06:02

    Getting started isn’t bad at $99 a month for the basic plan.

  • 2014-03-20 at 03:32

    CDN,the content delivery networks are not only an advantage instead it has become a necessity to reduce server load. Even most advanced servers like hostgator are giving preference to CDN.

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