Smart, Fast & Global.
NetDNA’s network is designed for the smartest and fastest delivery of content globally. Our edge locations allow for the rapid distribution of content to end users, optimizing performance by loading files from the nearest geographic location.
Each location boasts multiple 10 gigabit capacity capable of supporting tens of thousands of simultaneous connections each. Our network’s latency is 10ms from most of the US, further optimizing the end user experience.
What is an Edge Location?
Edge locations are servers at Points of Presence (datacenters), that are owned and operated by NetDNA. This is where client’s content is stored, before being served to end-users.
What is a Peer Location?
Peer locations are gateways between our internal network and the internet, and are only one hop away from our Edge servers.
What is a Peering?
Peering are partnerships with third-party networks to deliver customers content in the quickest (fewest hops), most cost-effective means possible. Learn more about how we accelerate delivery of your content using Donut Peering