Content like games, videos, and images has become the stuff the internet lives for. And as the content we consume has increased in quality, so has its size, risking slower downloads and websites.
Bringing your content geographically closer to your user dramatically improves latency. i3D.net’s privately owned network of servers ensures that your content is just a hop, skip, and a jump away from anybody that wants it. With our Content Delivery Network (CDN), we store your content in over 45 globally distributed points of presence and additional servers at the network’s edge.
Our CDN is backed by years of experience in game hosting. Launch your players into the action by cache-warming game files. Distribute game builds across a privately-owned backbone. Minimize the disruption of downloadable content (DLC) with rapid download times.
A content delivery network (CDN) is a group of servers that stores (caches) web content like images and videos, and then intelligently delivers it to users based on their geographic location. This reduces the length of time that data has to travel to your user, improving download times and increasing performance.
“i3D.net has a relentless focus on technical excellence regarding the network and server hardware, and quick responses. Their ability to partner with us on a level of technical engagement allows us to make the best decisions for our users.”
Mark Smith, Director of Infrastructure at Discord.