CDN Speed Test

Coming shortly…(12/12/2015)




Instead of serving content from a single shared hosting account, most CDNs have thousands of servers around the world that replicate static content (JavaScripts, CSS, images, etc.). Roughly speaking, a CDN is an interconnected series of servers that cache, store, and distribute your content to many end-users simultaneously based on their proximity. In other words, content delivery networks serve web pages depending on where the user is located.

For example, if a user is trying to reach your website from Asia, a cached copy of your original content will be served from the closest CDN server in Asia . These servers are called edge servers, as they are closest to the end-user.

what is cdn

how cdn works




Amazon CloudFront CDN
CloudFlare CDN
CacheFly CDN
Akamai CDN

We recommended that you carefully analyze and compare various CDN services before choosing which one you go with. We will leave the final determination up to you while revealing what you need to keep an eye on during your research.