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About INAP

Internap (INAP) is an internet infrastructure provider with hybrid infrastructure across a global network of data centers, optimized from the application to the end user.

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One Ravinia Drive Suite 1300

Atlanta, Georgia, 30346,

United States


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Expert Collections containing INAP

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The Edge Computing Landscape

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Edge computing companies facilitate workload deployment in addition to providing data processing and storage at the farthest reaches of the network. These edge computing companies range from data centers at the edge to workload management tools designed to orchestrate edge deploy

INAP Patents

INAP has filed 8 patents.

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Latest INAP News

Cloud Content Delivery Network (Cdn) World Market Analysis - Growth and EBITA Analysis by 2032

Dec 19, 2022

News Provided By Share This Article Cloud Content Delivery Network (Cdn) World Market A CDN, or content delivery network, is a distributed system of servers used to deliver web content to users quickly and efficiently. NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, December 19, 2022 / / -- Introduction: Cloud CDN Market Overview The cloud Content Delivery Network (CDN) market is a rapidly growing sector due to the increasing demand for content delivery services across the globe. In today’s digital age, businesses are increasingly relying on high-performance and reliable networks to deliver their content quickly and securely. A CDN platform enables organizations to keep up with the ever-growing demands of their customers by providing them with faster speeds, improved scalability, and enhanced security features. The rising adoption of cloud services amongst various end-user industries such as retail, media & entertainment, BFSI, healthcare and manufacturing has created lucrative opportunities for vendors in the cloud CDN market space. The cloud content delivery network (CDN) market is experiencing rapid growth as businesses of all sizes look to capitalize on the benefits of this technology. CDNs are essential for managing large amounts of website data and ensuring efficient delivery to end users. This article will provide a comprehensive overview of the global CDN market size, exploring key trends, growth drivers, and major players in the industry. We'll review recent developments in terms of technology advancements and regulatory updates that could shape future demand for CDNs. See how the report methodology work for the report | request sample report: Cloud Content Delivery Network (CDN) Market Scope: By type, the market is segmented into Pure CDN, Media, and Security. By application, the market is divided into E-Commerce and Advertising, Media and Entertainment, Education, Government, and Healthcare and Others. Based on geography, market is analyzed across North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East and Africa. Major players profiled in the report include Akamai Technologies, Amazon Web Services, Limelight Networks, CDNetworks, Google, Level 3 Communications, Verizon Communications, Alcatel-Lucent, Tata Communications, Ericsson, Highwinds, Internap Corporation, Rackspace, Cloudflare, Alibaba, Tencent Cloud, Wangsu, and ChianCache. Market Drivers: Increased Demand and Cost Savings The market for Cloud Content Delivery Network (CDN) is growing rapidly due to increased demand from customers and cost savings. The CDN market is driven by the need to deliver content quickly, reliably, and securely to end-users across the globe. With increasing demands on bandwidth and storage capacity, CDN providers are becoming increasingly popular. Additionally, customers can save money by using CDNs instead of traditional content delivery networks as they provide cost-effective solutions for large enterprises with multiple locations worldwide. CDNs often offer the benefit of scalability and elasticity which allow them to adapt based on customer needs such as traffic spikes or seasonal peaks in usage. These features enable businesses to get maximum value from their investments while maintaining satisfactory performance levels. Furthermore, cloud-based CDNs provide a high degree of automation which enables businesses to manage their operations more efficiently with minimal manual intervention. Challenges Facing Cloud CDNs: Security Risks, Complexity The Cloud Content Delivery Network (CDN) market is expected to experience significant growth over the next few years. However, there are certain challenges that could impede the growth of this market, such as security risks and complexity. Security risks are an inherent concern when utilizing cloud-based services. As a result, cloud CDNs must have strong security measures in place to protect data and ensure that information remains confidential. Additionally, these networks need to be able to detect potential threats quickly and respond appropriately in order to minimize potential damage. The complexity of cloud networks can also create difficulties for organizations trying to implement them or manage them effectively. Organizations need a clear understanding of how their systems work in order for their CDN infrastructure to function optimally and securely. Key Market Segments Conclusion The global cloud content delivery network (CDN) market size is poised for significant growth over the forecast period. The growing demand for enhanced user experience, coupled with the increasing need for secure and reliable data transmission, is expected to drive the market. Furthermore, rapid advancements in technologies such as artificial intelligence and machine learning are creating further opportunities within this space. Overall, this report provides a comprehensive overview of the current state of the CDN market, along with key trends that are likely to shape its future development. It offers an understanding of the major drivers and restraints impacting growth, along with detailed insights into potential opportunities in different regions across the globe. With increased adoption of CDNs among businesses of all sizes, this sector has become increasingly competitive; however, it is likely to remain highly lucrative due to its ability to deliver faster loading times and improved performance. Explore our related report from different Publications: # ???? 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INAP Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was INAP founded?

    INAP was founded in 1996.

  • Where is INAP's headquarters?

    INAP's headquarters is located at One Ravinia Drive, Atlanta.

  • What is INAP's latest funding round?

    INAP's latest funding round is PIPE - III.

  • How much did INAP raise?

    INAP raised a total of $39.72M.

  • Who are the investors of INAP?

    Investors of INAP include Alpha Capital Partners, Gruber & McBaine Capital Management, Shopkorn Associates, Gamma Capital Partners, Van Wagoner Capital Management and 24 more.

  • Who are INAP's competitors?

    Competitors of INAP include Telxius, Zenlayer, Vertical Bridge, DigitalOcean, 365 Data Centers, vXchnge, Rackspace, EdgeMicro, DartPoints, Zayo and 14 more.

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