Your website worldwide up to 70% faster.
If you have visitors from all over the world, you want to deliver your content quickly to guarantee a good user experience. A content delivery network or content distribution network (CDN) can help you deliver the content with high availability and high performance to end users.
CDNs nowadays deliver a large part of the content on the internet, including web objects (such as text, images and website scripts), downloadable objects (media files, software, documents), applications (e-commerce, portals), live streaming media, -demand streaming media and social networks. With Hoasted's CDN service, your content is available up to 70% faster, anywhere in the world.
Our CDN network uses 33 strategically placed data centers around the world to deliver the content of your website to your customers. All servers are equipped with the latest SSD technology, fully equipped with HTTP / 2 protocol and SSL certificates. These are also continuously monitored by our expert technicians.
Why a CDN?
Files active on multiple servers
Website loaded from a server in the visitor's country.
Fastest loading times in the world
Lightning fast from any location.
Higher DDoS protection
Standard with every CDN.
Lower bandwidth usage
By smart spreading.
Everything sent encrypted.
Benefits of Hoasted CDN
100% over SSL
Retains all the benefits of a fully secured website. With us you can use your CDN service over your own SSL connection. The SSL of your own subdomain is included free of charge with every package.
HTTP / 2 optimization
SAFETY and TLS 1.3
All the technology that we use to serve your static files meets all modern security standards. Traffic is automatically fully encrypted and sent securely.
Connect a CDN to your website
Frequently Asked Questions
When do you want CDN?
A CDN is recommended in the following cases:
- The visitors for your website or webshop do not only come from the Netherlands or Belgium, but also beyond. Websites with more international traffic benefit greatly from a CDN
- If you want to reduce the load on your hosting environment
- You want extra protection against DDoS attacks.
What happens if my site uses CDN?
Can I purge cache cache?
Is CDN safer?
Can I still see how often my site is visited?
This is certainly possible. With CDN, resources are loaded from different servers, but this has no impact on statistics and visitor measurements (eg Google Analytics) within your website.