The internet is fueled by content ranging from photos, videos, and live streaming, to gaming and e-commerce. For all this content to be valuable, it needs to be accessible and available to global audiences, instantly and securely.
Supported by our globally distributed network, our CDN portfolio combines our hardware and network expertise to bring you closer to users and delivers your content anywhere, anytime with lower latency and increased performance.
How Does it Work?
Content Without a CDN
Content is served from the original location. This uses more processing power and bandwidth, taking longer to reach the user and resulting in increased load and an inferior user experience.
Content With a CDN
Content is mainly served from the closest LeaseWeb CDN server. This reduces load on your origin servers and provides content faster to the user, resulting in a superior user experience.
Why a CDN? Key Benefits for Your Business
Better User Experience
With LeaseWeb’s CDN expertise, customers get a fast and high quality experience anywhere in the world. Whether they are in Berlin, New York, or Singapore, when clicking a link customers expect content to load instantly, and not wait for slow loading pages or buffering videos.
Lower Infrastructure Cost
LeaseWeb's Content Delivery Networks distribute your content through a global network of our Points of Presence, lowering your CAPEX and helping your bottom line. This reduces the need to have servers located in multiple data centers around the world or overpaying for peak capacity.
An extra layer of security against cyberattacks is added with LeaseWeb’s CDN offering. Your core infrastructure is protected when an attack occurs because the malicious traffic is routed through our CDN servers, mitigating the effects of the attack.
Our portal enables you to be in full control of managing the service. The easy-to-use portal and REST API enables you to manage your CDN from a single interface. Configure push and pull zones, instantly purge your files when needed, and get valuable insights from unified reporting.