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CDN means Content Delivery Network or Content Distribution Network.
CDN is a network of computers that store images, video and other content from a web page on servers – often called Point of Presence (PoP).
By allowing visitors to download static content, such as images directly from the CDN that are physically closer to the visitors, most of the page will be delivered through the shortest route possible. This results in shorter loading times, better SEO and overall better experience for visitors.
Further down the page you can read more about how CDN works.
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A regular web server, or a regular web host, usually consists of a computer in a data center somewhere in Sweden or the world. A web page visitor is assigned to this server and then retrieves everything on the page from that server.
If the server is physically far away, it takes a little longer to send all the code, text, image, video and other data. If the server is also slightly overloaded, it becomes a queue of visitors that also affects loading times. Web hosting servers often handle lots of customers and thus have a high risk of queue formation, but even their own servers can get traffic spikes. The solution is called CDN.
A CDN spaces all content on servers that are spread around the world. A visitor from, say, Texas, then gets almost all data delivered from a node in Texas, USA – while the web server handles much less of the page view.
In this way, the page charges will be faster, all over the world if you want. The web server gets unloaded and can cope much more, even if it is under high load. This has the effect that, overall, visitors stay longer, buy more or have a more pleasant experience.