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Introducing sub-second cache purge

One of the main ways for a content delivery network to accelerate a piece of content is to cache it on an edge server in close proximity to the visitor. Once cached (usually after the first request) the content is served to all visitors at high speed, without the need to contact the origin, which may be physically located in a distant country or even on another continent. This greatly accelerates the rate at which visitors can fetch a copy of your content and it also allows you to scale seamlessly since all the load from the origin is shifted to the CDN.

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Raw logs download now in beta

We are happy to announce that PUSHR CDN now supports raw log downloads. Logs can be generated on demand from your dashboard and are combined in a single file, ordered by a timestamp.

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10 myths about content delivery networks

As a content delivery network with 24/7 live chat for support and pre-sales questions, we are in constant communication with webmasters, small business owners and startups about their needs, expectations, and requirements. Like we've already mentioned in our previous blog post, Which CDN is best?, a great amount of the people we speak to are aware that they need a CDN but don't necessarily have the time to dive deep into the technical aspects of the service to understand its functions better. We've reviewed our chat history and identified the most frequent misconceptions about content delivery networks.

Here is your short crash course with the top 10 myths about CDN services.

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