Posted by : Randy Cooper in (CDN)
New Software as a Service (SaaS) Makes It Easy for Individuals and Businesses to Deliver Files Faster on the Internet Using an Affordable Cloud-based Content Distribution Network (CDN)
Austin, TX (PRWEB) May 15, 2009 — TinyCDN™, a company dedicated to optimizing the speed and reliability of content delivered over the Internet, launched TinyCDN today. TinyCDN is a Software as a Service (SaaS) that leverages the speed, scale and availability of Amazon Web Services. It makes it easy and economical for individuals and companies to distribute information over the Internet faster by using a Content Distribution Network (CDN).
“Data is not so different from people in that it has multiple ways to traverse the world — it can crawl slowly through crowded phone lines, bounce its way around the world through hundreds of servers, or it can hop onto a Content Distribution Network and reach its destination in no time at all,” said John Curtis, CEO of TinyCDN. “But CDNs can be complicated, expensive and hard to use. We created TinyCDN to alleviate these challenges and bring the benefits of using a CDN to everyday users of the Internet.”
TinyCDN is delivered as Software as a Service and provides a quick, friendly, easy way to manage and optimize content on a CDN through an intuitive user interface.
“People expect to view websites, videos, microsites, pictures and other content-rich applications in milliseconds. You will lose visitors if you make them wait,” said Curtis. “With TinyCDN, users don’t have to wait. Files can be optimized and then delivered on the closest path. Visitors in Hong Kong, London and Chicago will now be able to access information faster than ever before.”
TinyCDN does not require companies to make investments in their existing IT infrastructure. TinyCDN services range from $9.95 to $299.95 a month depending on the amount of bandwidth that will be needed to distribute content.
TinyCDN is available worldwide. For more information on Content Distribution Networks and TinyCDN, please visit http://www.tinycdn.com or read the blog at http://blog.tinycdn.com.