CDNlion is a global CDN (Content Delivery Network) service provider that helps its customers speed up websites, images and video streaming.
They operate a large network of more than 110 data centers all over the world. Their system automatically copies all the data from their clients’ servers, such as websites, scripts, images, videos and other files, to our servers. When the audience tries to access these files from any location on the planet, their DNS infrastructure ensures that the content is served from the best location possible – usually the closest data center to the user.
They have offices located in New York, London, Prague, Daejeon and Perth. They are a privately held company founded in 2013.
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