Posted by : Randy Cooper in (CDN)
Service Providers and Web Hosting Companies can now quickly and easily add Aflexi CDN services to their customer base
Malaysia, September 21, 2010 – Aflexi, (http://www.aflexi.net) a leading developer of CDN Software and Content Delivery Network Management solutions today announced the beta integration of WHMCS automated billing into the Aflexi CDN management and software platform.
WHMCS is a commonly used, all-in-one client management, billing & support solution for online businesses. A favorite of Internet service providers, WHMCS handles everything from signup to termination, with automated billing, provisioning & management.
"We added the WHMCS support to make it much simpler for our customers to provide CDN services to their customers," says Whei Wong, CEO of Aflexi. "As many are already using WHMCS for their bandwidth and publishing services billing, it now takes a just couple extra mouse clicks to add Aflexi CDN to those customer’s accounts."
Whei adds, "There are no other CDN companies that integrate with a hosting-focused billing system. Right now, we are the only one."
The Aflexi CDN software provides automated installation and software upgrades for CDN server deployment as well as intuitive account management, bandwidth management, CDN server management and Publisher migration process. FlexiMart, Aflexi’s new and unique Bandwidth Exchange platform, enables web hosts to share infrastructure by allowing them to buy, sell and trade capacity, in real time and on the fly, both at a fixed price and via auction-like bidding.
Aflexi develops and provides content delivery solutions for ISPs and content distributors worldwide. The Aflexi CDN software optimizes website traffic across various ISPs and their POPs. The intelligent Aflexi back-end system scrutinizes traffic patterns and visitor profiles, and can make the necessary adjustments in real time to ensure the highest possible delivery speeds and data quality. If a specific server or network becomes overloaded, the Aflexi system automatically reroutes incoming and outgoing traffic to the next available ISP, server or POP.