What will be the percentage increase in average page load?

CDN improves the speed of delivery of the static content. Improvement cannot be counted in terms of percentage, but for CDN oriented websites, the pinging latency for static content will be decreased and this will improve the performance of static content of your website.

For example, if your server is located in USA and your visitor is from Australia, the average latency for them is around 170 ms to 300 ms. Using the CDN, for Australian site visitors, the static content will be delivered from Canberra, Melbourne, Perth or Sydney edge servers and the latency will be around 20 ms to 50 ms. We have about 91 CDN edge servers within almost 34 countries. Moreover, if you want to test the performance of the CDN then you can easily check the difference between the pinging latency of the following URLs:

  • www.accuwebhosting.com - NON CDN version of AccuWebHosting.Com. (ping command will be "ping www.accuwebhosting.com")
  • cdn.accuwebhosting.com - CDN URL for AccuWebHosting.Com. (ping command will be "ping cdn.accuwebhosting.com")

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