CDNetworks Increases New Logo MRC by 52 Percent for US, Europe


CDNetworks Increases New Logo MRC by 52 Percent for US, Europe

By Laura Stotler

Cloud acceleration company CDNetworks announced it has increased its new logo monthly recurring revenue (MRC) booking by 52 percent in 2012 over 2011 for the U.S. and Europe combined.

The company, which strives to transform the Internet into a secure and scalable application delivery network, also added more than 40 points of presence, reaching a total of 140 throughout the world.

CDNetworks now maintains points of presence in Russia, the Middle East, Africa, South America and Asia, with the goal of enabling customers to reach new markets and offer lateral user experiences regardless of where customers and employees are located.

Dynamic acceleration solutions were included in 74 percent of new bookings MRC, according to CDNetworks, and China Acceleration was included in 62 percent of new bookings MRC.

The cloud company added 88 new logos in 2012 to account for the growth, including companies like SaxoBank, Thomsons Online Benefits, Demandware, Philips Van-Heusen and TuneUp, a German-based technology company. A number of CDNetworks' existing customers have also added Dynamic Web Acceleration services, including Grupo Transhotel out of Spain.

"We just could not allow our service to be hampered by speed or latency problems; we wanted to maintain our high levels of service and ensure that we didn't put our business and that of our clients at risk," said Francisco Javier Diéguez, architecture and infrastructure manager of Transhotel.

In addition to the massive MRC growth, CDNetworks also enjoyed its second year of PCI-DSS certification in 2012, designed to ensure its data security measures meet industry standards. The company also launched its Russia Acceleration in October, which established 13 points of presence and brought local expertise to Russia.

CDNetworks focused on its marketing reach in Europe, adding corporate sites in France and Germany.

"Our customers are increasingly realizing the value of accelerating their dynamic content and cloud applications in remote customer and employee sites," said Jeff Kim, president and COO, CDNetworks Americas & EMEA. "With CDNetworks Dynamic Web Acceleration, our customers have decreased cloud and web application load times from an average of 25 seconds in remote locations to three seconds, and reduced time to deliver dynamic content by an average of 300 percent. All of this without building new data centers or colocating servers."

"For an internet business, speed and latency issues are unacceptable," said Matthias Spörlein, Web development director at TuneUp. "If pages fail to load in a few seconds or downloads become laborious, people won't stick around and that just isn't an option for us. CDNetworks Dynamic Web Acceleration allows us to expand anywhere in the world with optimal Web performance."

Edited by Braden Becker

MSPToday Contributing Editor

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