Highwinds, a global content delivery network (CDN) provider, has chosen CenturyLink to help the company continue optimizing its global content delivery platform. Businesses worldwide depend on Highwinds CDN to stream video, distribute games, serve advertising assets and deliver software, apps and websites.
CenturyLink data center hosting services and network services would enable Highwinds to better focus its resources on continued innovation and customer service. Highwinds chose CenturyLink for its reliability, security, network diversity and interconnectivity options across a large, established customer base.
“In media, entertainment, gaming and beyond, Highwinds enables users to access content immediately, whether it’s a mobile app, online game or rich media,” said Jason Griner, vice president of carrier relations, Highwinds. “We take this commitment seriously, and CenturyLink helps us continue to keep all our customer promises.”
As a provider of hybrid IT solutions across colocation, managed hosting, cloud, network and IT services, CenturyLink offers network and data systems management, Big Data analytics and IT consulting, and operates more than 55 data centers in North America, Europe and Asia.
Highwinds Network Group is a content delivery, network, and cloud-based IP services business that offers a comprehensive suite of solutions, including CDN, cloud storage, full site acceleration, security, privacy, and IP software.