Why we need Content Delivery Network CDN?


Is CDN for you?

An overview of what CDN is and why you need CDN services, how it will help you with your business. CDN basically means Content Delivery Network or we call Content Distribution Network. Now the very next question can be how does it work? It works by engaging to alternative server nodes in different continents for users to download the resource content. Such as and most likely – Images or JavaScripts. These nodes are spread globally and is being dictated to route to the customers nearest geographic placement. Due to which, securing a faster response and download time of content due to reduction of latency.

Don’t really understand? CDN might be your solution for speed improvements. But do you really need CDN? It is highly significant that customers understand the influence of CDN delivery.


Each CDN node (Edge Servers) caches the content and other crucial components of your websites. Once your customers from a different geographical placement attempts to visit your website, the end-user retrieve the content of your sites. And it is done from these servers/nodes nearest to the customers. Therefore, reducing the routing (shorter distance for data to travel) from the customers to your website contents. So, It’s like franchising your site in another part of the globe. Faster delivery, faster engagement, SALES!

Do I really need it?

The main reason for such product like CDN is to improvise on the user experience with faster engagement. Time matters and speed matters. Providing a great experience for your customers is crucial and helps to generate a better evaluation to your company.
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