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What is round trip time (RTT)?

Round trip time (RTT) is a measure of the latency of a network, particularly in milliseconds. It is the time between initiating a network request and receiving a response. The higher latency times adversely affect the bandwidth and the end-user experiences in interactive applications e.g. web browsing. It’s a significant metric for measuring the efficiency …

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What is an internet exchange point (IXP)?

An Internet Exchange Point can be defined as the physical infrastructure through which content delivery networks (CDNs) and Internet Service Providers (ISPs) exchange the Internet traffic between their networks. IXPs are not internet service providers but they allow various network operators to exchange traffic with other operators. An exchange point will not sell you anything …

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What is an edge server?

An edge server is any type of server that resides on the logical edge of two networks, typically between a private network and the internet. An edge server can serve many purposes depending on the context. The major purpose of the content delivery network edge server is to store content at the closest location to …

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What is an origin server?

An origin server processes and response to incoming internet requests from internet users. It is typically used in conjunction with the caching or an edge server. It is responsible for serving the content of an internet entity such as a website, or web app as long as the user traffic or a number of client …

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How Multi CDN can protect your website

Mitigate cyber attacks Multi CDN can directly mitigate and even out attack requests/traffics to all available CDNs to maintain uptime without affecting website operation. However, most IT experts find it challenging to manually manage CDN distribution under stressful attack scenarios.  Most Multi CDN options on the market are still very manual-driven or are just using …

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Multi CDN vs Single CDN

Single CDN A single CDN solution is recommended for companies that are only targeting certain geographic locations while the scale is still at its growing phase to distribute their website content globally. Single CDN solution may be suitable for most market needs if website content/applications are mostly static; media streaming, social media platform, or web-based …

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Why do you need Multi CDN

With the growing demand for streaming video, online gaming, and download, and increasing expectations from a customer on the quality of experience (QoE) is causing an online business to rethink their content delivery strategies. Many businesses already rely on some form of content delivery network (CDN) to power their website performance and to improve reliability. …

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What is a Multi CDN?

Multi CDN is a strategy of using more than one CDN provider in order to further improve latency, uptimes and cost efficiency on a global scale. With Multi CDN, website content is distributed and delivered across multiple CDN providers. With each CDN provider’s availability, website latency is further reduced for more users in various geographic …

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