CDNetworks, which enables mission critical e-business in the world’s most challenging markets, has announced Russia Acceleration, delivering dynamic website content and cloud applications from around the world to Russia in milliseconds.
Thanks to this, Russian businesses and consumers are expected to benefit from fast Web application downloads, dynamic and static website content delivery, and acceleration of cloud content.
According to company officials, CDNetworks Russia Acceleration enables enterprises around the world to extend their offerings throughout Russia as if they are located down the street.
“With our expertise on the ground in Russia and more points of presence than any other cloud acceleration or CDN provider, CDNetworks can help enterprises navigate the unique business and consumer environment as well as offer excellent service to customers and employees,” said Jeff Kim, COO US/EMEA CDNetworks, in a statement.
Company officials claimed that CDNetworks’ Russian network is unmatched in both reach and performance, thus providing a fast user experience. Several CDNetworks customers are already using CDNetworks Global Cloud Acceleration to reach Russian customers and employees including a major New York-based online fashion site, a San Francisco-based online marketplace, and the “World's Weather Authority,” AccuWeather.
“AccuWeather.com is very popular in Russia and CDNetworks’ presence there helps us reach those customers quickly as if we are located down the street,” said Steven Smith, CIO, AccuWeather.
“We want our customers in Russia to have the same great experience with our site as around the world,” said Smith.
CDNetworks has also gained traction in media and video content delivery within Russia and globally along with partner MegaFon (News - Alert).
“By deploying CDNetworks’ cloud-based infrastructure into our datacenters, we have created the first local CDN in Russia with a truly global reach. We can now offer a higher level of service to our customers that seek to optimize website performance for both local and global audiences,” said Konstantin Solodukhin, assistant director general OJSC at MegaFon.
Edited by Brooke Neuman