Oftentimes the difference between a good content delivery network and a sub-par content delivery network depends on the hardware and software they use. While good content delivery networks will spend the extra money on state-of-the-art hardware to add extra value for their clients, sub-par content delivery networks often try to save money on their expenses in order to keep their prices low.
There’s nothing wrong with the business model of the latter, but in 2014, it no longer seems to be a sustainable business model for this particular industry. Content delivery networks can have an enormous impact on a business, whether it improves their website or their day-to-day business operations. This raised the bar for all content delivery networks, and now when you’re considering a content delivery network, it’s important to know the hardware and software that they use. This can make the difference as to whether your business operations will become more efficient or whether your customers will have a more fluid experience when they visit your website.
At Medianova, we know that in order to provide the best value for customers, we need to offer the best hardware and software. But at the same time, we also recognize that such equipment may come with a high cost. In order to add value to our content delivery network while simultaneously keeping our prices low, we built our entire structure on our very own software. This gives our clients the best experience while ensuring that our company does not amass great amounts of debt.
We call this software “Intelligent Software,” and our hardware and network are flawlessly integrated with it. Our services rely heavily on our load balancing, computing, caching, and storage servers, and we’re determined to offer the best possible value a content delivery network can offer for you.
If you would like more information about our content delivery network and Intelligent Software, contact us.