(PRWEB) April 23, 2013
CDNify is the brainchild of serial web entrepreneur James Mulvany, who experienced problems with the content delivery market first hand. The market is currently dominated by three large organisations who fail to cater to the needs of small to mid sized business through pricey payment plans, complicated setup procedures and over complicated sales processes.
''We learnt about scalability and CDN’s the hard way when a product we released went viral and fell down because of the traffic. We started shopping around for a CDN but found the whole process so difficult and expensive that we decided to set up CDNify to help other tech companies who might be in a similar position to ourselves”, says James Mulvany, founder of CDNify.
CDNify’s introduction of no long term contracts or subscriptions, and the ability for users to simply top up their account on a pay as you go basis, allows small companies and freelancers the ability to scale their website or application as their audiences grow.
“At CDNify we recognise that when you are small or starting out you don't have much time or money and what you do have needs to be spent wisely. So if you are hoping to release the next big thing, then CDNify will help you to keep your costs down and allow you to focus on the important things like coding, marketing and creating buzz,” says CDNIFY’s CMO, Mike Cunsolo.
With over 40 POPs globally, CDNify provides a real solution for businesses who are looking to reduce their costs, speed up load times and provide a faster, more reliable experience for their customers.
Launching on the 22nd of April, CDNify offers the ability to sign up and set up a CDN for your content in under five minutes. They have even made it free for the first two weeks for early adopters. To find out more about CDNify and CDN’s visit http://www.cdnify.com.