Its hybrid cloud network features content optimization, static and dynamic caching and continuous learning.
Web performance company
Yottaa, announced the launch of Yottaa CDN, the company's new content-delivery
network offering. Yottaa CDN offers dynamic site acceleration (DSA) features at
a price aimed at small and midsize businesses (SMBs) and integrates with the
company's Site Speed Optimizer to make it easier to enable and help ensure
faster site load times. The platform features the company's cloud-routing
technology, backed by a global infrastructure and automated real-time front-end
optimization. The aim is to reduce page load times, even for highly distributed
"Over 75,000 Websites
already benefit from Yottaa Site Speed Optimizer and Yottaa Website Monitor.
The addition of Yottaa CDN further reinforces Yottaa's mission to maximize
speed, uptime and operations for every Website," said Yottaa CEO Coach
Wei. "Today's Internet users demand that Websites load quickly on any device,
anywhere in the world. Whether your Website visitors are in Sydney, Seattle or
Frankfurt, with Yottaa CDN, they will experience page-load times that were once
impossible, except for a handful of Global 500 Websites."
Yottaa CDN intelligently
optimizes Website content as it is both delivered and executed. As content
execution accounts for an increasingly large percentage of page-load times for
modern Websites, deploying Yottaa CDN can improve site performance and user
experience. Its hybrid cloud networkstretching across more than 20 data
centers worldwidefeatures content optimization, static and dynamic caching,
and continuous learning.
"Yottaa CDN is designed
to accelerate modern Websites and Web applications," Wei said. "The
first CDNs were launched 15 years ago to solve relatively simple latency
problems, and they have not kept pace with the rapid changes to the nature of
the Web. Web pages today are increasingly complex; they are essentially
distributed applications that span across the Internet, often requiring more
than 100 round trips to distant servers and third-party domains. By combining
patented cloud-routing technology and real-time front-end optimization, Yottaa
CDN adds the missing layer of intelligence to the Web. The result is Websites
that are 80 percent faster and far more resilient."
Steve Rushton, co-founder of
Net Effect, a U.K.-based provider of online solutions for small and midsized
travel businesses, said when they started with Yottaa, they gave them two of
their slowest "problem child" sites. "After turning on Yottaa
CDN and Site Speed Optimizer, those same sites are now our fastest around the
globe," he said. "There was no hardware or coding changes, but we're
now able to deliver a faster, more consistent user experience for our clients."
Nathan Eddy is Associate Editor, Midmarket, at eWEEK.com. Before joining eWEEK.com, Nate was a writer with ChannelWeb and he served as an editor at FierceMarkets. He is a graduate of the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.