CDN Usage Statistics

Statistics for websites using CDN technologies

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

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Name 10k 100k Million Entire Web
DNS Prefetch 3 5 18 19
OExchange 1 10 82 3,461
GoodRelations 1 18 524 19,549
Platform for Internet Content Selection 27 90 138 901
Document Rights 0 1 37 3,430
Handheld Friendly 0 0 0 0
Norton Safe Web 2 107 3,992 21,822
Friends Network 67 369 1,603 13,452
Web Intents 0 0 7 182
Javascript Defer 2 28 203 3,394
Application Cache 3 34 54 46
Image Map 62 525 2,041 91,905
Version Control Microformat 0 0 2 28
Title 18, USC 2257 0 0 14 2,024
XHTML Vocabulary 0 63 1,307 4,517
GeoTrust Verfication 0 3 16 1,483
960.gs 1 4 165 430
RASCi 2 48 819 127,062
X-UA-Compatible 0 0 47 630
AGLS 0 2 12 67

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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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