CDN77.com is startup on Content Delivery Networks market and competitor of Akamai or Edgecast.
Company added features to OnApp product and announced extensive and high quality network in EU and US.
We have experienced quite important moves in hosting and content delivery networks market in last year.
But what should catch your attention now is interesting predatory Startup Â on worldwide Content Delivery Networks market.
As the Highwinds launched its GDN dedicated for gamers business and CDNetwork pushed powers to their Russian market we could see that some specialization have occured to CDN players, trying to find their special place near to Amazon and Akamai products.
So what can a CDN platform, that was born on OnApp solution, do to survive in such situation?
CDN77.com was expected to choose the obvious path of lowcost provider with large network, yet suitable for smaller online businesses. Obviously they have used this home base but even added features to primary OnApp product, in a year time range.
What is interesting, they worked not only on frontend, as they have announced in the last months of 2012, furthermore they were so bold to reveal on blog information on even further expansion.
As obvious as it could be CDN77.com marked Europe with their high capacity edges.
So they found untouched gap on the Content Delivery Network market, not restricted by one country or target audience.
As the CEO, Zdenek Cendra, added to this strategy œIt is so amazing that Amazon has points of presence just in Frankfurt and further to east!
How it was exactly proceeded and what we can await?
CDN77.com indicates that they have already upgraded IP capacity and SSD cache on Hungarian, Polish, Czech, Romanian, Ukraine, Russian, Netherlands, Spain, Belgium and Germany edges and working on more, including updates to US market.
Those steps mutates their pure lowcost barbone to transformed provider with scalable yet very stable network.
As all the symptoms indicates, this startup is full of power to change current CDN situation. Cracked behaviour in their resources allows CDN77 to attack both small customers on lowcost prices, what now also pushes MaxCDN down from œcheapest CDN provider position, moreover aims on more valuable customers.
Lets wait and see how EdgeCast or LimeLight Networks will response to this possible thread.
For more updates do not miss CDN77.com blog on site http://blog.cdn77.com/