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What Is A CDN?
Last Updated a year ago

CDN-(Content Delivery Network) - This is a collection of servers throughout the world that connect to a main host server. The main host server stores all the files and when a client clicks on a file on a website the server (CDN) closest to the members location makes a call to the host server to pull the file. In turn once this file is on this new CDN, anytime someone tries to access that file and is near that server, it will load faster because it is not trying to pull the file from the host server which many times could be thousands of miles away. This is the process many streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, Disney+ and Amazon use in order to delivery faster streaming.

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