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Website Content Delivery Services Now Supported In China By Korean Firm

Korea-based CDNetworks announced the general availability of its China services for customers outside the country to extend their online applications into mainland China.

While China’s Internet market is the world’s largest, foreign companies face business and technological challenges as they seek to tap into this rapidly growing market by enabling superior performance of Web applications into China.

“Many well-known and growing brands do not have the appropriate local resources to manage China’s cumbersome licensing processes,” stated Jeff Kim, CDNetworks’ vice president of global products and marketing.”

CDNetworks now appears ready to support foreign businesses by acting as an intermediary in the online licensing process.

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2 Comments on "Website Content Delivery Services Now Supported In China By Korean Firm"

  1. Helping companies do business in China is good.
    But they should concentrate on their CDN services.
    Ever since we started using CDNetworks, their service and speed leaves a lot to be desired.
    We get complaints from users all over the globe about our slow service and load times.

    :L

  2. Tae- I’m sorry to hear that you are experiencing poor performance. Please contact me at jeff dot kim at cdnetworks dot com and lets take a look at your service. Thanks.

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