Windows Azure Content Delivery Network (CDN) Addes Two New Nodes Across Asia

Microsoft announces two additional nodes for the Windows Azure Content Delivery Network are now live in Seoul, Korea and Taipei, Taiwan. These two new nodes bring the total number of CDN physical nodes available globally to 22 up from 20, with six of these nodes available in the Asia-Pacific region. These two new locations expand […]

Microsoft announces two additional nodes for the Windows Azure Content Delivery Network are now live in Seoul, Korea and Taipei, Taiwan. These two new nodes bring the total number of CDN physical nodes available globally to 22 up from 20, with six of these nodes available in the Asia-Pacific region. These two new locations expand service in Asia-Pacific region and enhance delivery of performance-sensitive content for customers choosing to serve data through CDN.

Offering pay-as-you-go, one-click-integration with Azure Storage, Azure CDN is a system of servers containing copies of data, placed at various points in global cloud services network to maximize bandwidth for access to data for clients throughout the network.

for more details about the pricing read our post Windows Azure Content Delivery Network (CDN) Pricing Announced.