CDN Usage Statistics

Statistics for websites using CDN technologies

AJAX Libraries API
CloudFront
GStatic Google Static Content
BootstrapCDN
CDN JS
Facebook CDN
CloudFlare
jQuery CDN
Akamai
WordPress Grid

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Name 10k 100k Million Entire Web
Amazon Payments 8 55 529 1,629
Recurly JS 0 13 311 1,778,661
WorldPay - Logos of Accepted Credit Cards 1 21 118 1,588
CCBill 20 279 17,852 2,015,454
Bill Me Later 5 14 32 8
Bango 3 24 300 4,307
Flattr 0 1 17 229
Mollie 0 10 96 115
WePay 0 0 1 1
Google Checkout 0 3 14 63
PayPal Form 0 1 3 17
Stripe 1 4 195 1,057
BitPay 52 216 314 561
Dwolla 80 734 11,136 119,911
WebMoney 0 1 3 3
Zombaio 1 8 114 2,409
Klarna 1 2 7 4
Mt Gox Payment 3 22 205 3,587
Coinbase 0 0 3 6
Login and Pay with Amazon 1 9 37 154

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A content delivery network provides several features, firstly it allows a website to remove load from its web server by moving ancillary files onto another server for them to process, theoretically speeding up the website. Secondly a CDN is normally geographically dispersed to provide a regionally local copy of your data to the recipient. For example, a user in Japan will receive an image from your website from a server in Japan, rather than having to request it from the USA, if that is the original location of the media. CDNs are also suited for large distributions of data; this includes web video and large files as they are better equipped to handle the amount of data being requested.

The most detected CDN by BuiltWith is currently Akamai which are one of the early pioneers of the edge network; geographically dispersed content delivery.

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