Recapping 2013, CDNetworks has added more points of presence (PoPs), expanding to 86 cities in 36 countries around the globe, including Kuwait, Cairo, Brazil, Oman, and India. In addition, the Content Delivery Network (CDN) provider has added ninety-four well-known new brands to its client portfolio in 2013.
CDNetworks, headquartered in Seoul, Korea with major subsidiary offices in the US, UK, France, Japan, and China, has added a variety of new clients in 2013, including: online retail customers Bally, Slyde Watches, Remy Cointreau, and Groupe Casino; gaming customer Digital Chocolate, NCSOFT and one of the largest gaming platforms; as well as cloud technology customers Outfit7 (Talking Tom), Yatedo and Omnifone.
“CDNetworks will enable us to accelerate the expansion of Omnifone’s cloud-based digital music platform, MusicStation, within the APAC region,” said Doug Imrie, Chief Operating Officer, Omnifone. “Before we made our decision, we ran several performance tests with CDNetworks and some of its competitors. CDNetworks’ technology was the fastest in terms of the time it took to play a track from the initial click of a button.”
CDN related products
Several new products were introduced in 2013 by CDNetworks, including SAP application acceleration and cloud hosting security with global support for DDoS mitigation. CDNetworks’ Cloud DNS service got a boost in 2013 increasing to 48 Cloud Domain Name System (DNS) Servers located around the world. The Content Delivery Network provider also achieved a third year of PCI-DSS certification, ensuring customers can trust CDNetworks with their sensitive data including payment card information.
Accelerating more than 40,000 global websites and cloud hosting services over 140 PoPs, CDNetworks serves its e-business customers across industries like finance, travel, ecommerce, learning management, high-tech, manufacturing and media, also in China, Russia and other emerging markets. The CDN company has been serving its enterprise customers for more than 13 years now.