TM One Content Delivery Network
Accelerate your content distribution and improve the end user experience.
TM One Content Delivery Network (CDN) is a cloud-based CDN service that allows enterprises and content providers to accelerate their content distribution to end users, allowing them to enjoy seamless, high-quality content as intended. TM One CDN helps minimise delays in loading Internet content (web pages, scripts, files, images, videos, etc) by reducing the physical distance between the server and the user, thus allowing users to enjoy the same high-quality content without slow loading times wherever they may be.
TM One CDN lower overall data transfer quantities between the CDN’s cache servers and the client to improve page load speeds. When the total amount of data sent decreases, both the latency and the needed bandwidth decrease. Consequently, page loading are faster and bandwidth expenditures are cheaper.
Supporting industries such as e-commerce, finance, games, medical care, and media assets
CDN is perfect for web portals, e-commerce platforms, news apps, and apps used for user-generated content (UGC).
CDN helps enterprises provide great downloads for global users.
Accelerate software updates in real-time, including app updates and mobile game updates, to reduce the waiting time and improve the user conversion rate.
Online education websites, video-sharing websites, Internet video-on-demand (VOD) platforms, and video/audio on-demand apps. CDN on-demand acceleration provides fast, stable, and secure VOD acceleration services.
Apply to influencers, enterprises, entertainment, and gaming.
CDN integrates streaming technologies so that users can enjoy the media without hiccups.
A good option for websites that consist of both dynamic and static content. For sites that involve a large number of Active Server Pages (ASP), Java Server Pages (JSP), or Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP) requests. Whole site acceleration integrates dynamic and static acceleration.
Content is cached in multiple redundant servers and distributed at various locations.
The origin server is connected through CDN with minimal risk of external exposure.
Caching potentially reduces high bandwidth costs through the amount of data an origin server provides.
Scalability enables end users to handle traffic spikes such as live events, large over-the-top (OTT), etc.
Content delivery via any nearest local node means faster loading time.
Less load at the origin server increases the hardware uptime and performance.
Ease of activation through CDN Console reduces implementation procedure.
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