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CDNetworks is fanatical about Web Performance and we combine this with our expertise of regional markets. In this blog we’ll discuss many topics including business and marketing topics like emerging market strategies (e.g. China, Russia) and deep dive into technical topics including end user experience, web acceleration best practices, and other issues seen by our customers. We hope that this blog will help us to better connect with you and you with us and that you will find our postings relevant, informative, and actionable.
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Last year, we wrote about 5 Notable Ecommerce Site Crashes that happened during the 2013 holiday season. Unfortunately, for many online retailers in 2014, the 27.2% year-over-year increase in mobile sales was bittersweet. In addition to myriad factors of technical complexity, experts have said that some ecommerce performance slowdowns this year were due to this […]
If you want to have your ecommerce shoppers and convert them too, then your ecommerce website should be designed and optimized with a dual focus on user experience and website speed. The following factors will vary by company but are important considerations for finding the best course of action to reach your user experience and […]
Google is great for many things; however, when defining application delivery network technology, it can be argued that it does more harm than good. As such, researching the concept of an application delivery network (ADN) can be a frustrating and exhausting process if you don’t already understand industry buzzwords. It can be difficult to weed […]
Once your enterprise’s web content can successfully, efficiently, and consistently reach its Chinese audience, you can expect a subsequent revenue increase. China’s growing Internet economy deserves all the attention it receives; ranked #1 in the world, it reached 109 billion Yuan (~US$16B) by the third quarter of 2012, up 64% year-over-year. Like most good things […]
A Content Delivery Network is designed to hold and deliver huge levels of traffic to keep ecommerce sites working irrespective of traffic spikes.
What’s the difference between an application delivery network and a content delivery network? In the most general sense, CDNs optimize static content while ADNs are typically responsible for web acceleration of dynamic content. Each solution is designed to accelerate the web experience while reducing load times.
Application performance management (APM) is increasing out of necessity. If the success or functionality of your business is critically dependent on reliable application or cloud performance (i.e. ecommerce or mobile internal/client communications), then you’re most likely in the market for an application delivery network (ADN). Let’s take a look at some of the challenges an […]
The news this week that Edgecast was blocked in China, bringing to its knees “thousands of websites” in the process, brought into sharp focus the challenges that ambitious companies face to achieve true global performance. CDNs have evolved tremendously since their founding in the late nineties – despite the entry of a plethora of smaller […]
Ensuring your website is not blocked in China goes beyond ensuring the content is acceptable (i.e., the Great Firewall). Companies must do their due diligence when deciding on their Content Delivery Network (CDN) vendors if they are doing business in China because not all CDNs are licensed to host and deliver web content within Mainland […]