CDN & Cacheing

Turning a fast website into a supercharged monster.

From our connectivity, to our infrastructure, to our severs and code, we bake speed into every website we care for. Then we keep testing to make sure it’s blazing fast on every possible device, and that no changed to the content or code has slowed the website down. 


A content delivery network (CDN) is a geographically distributed group of servers that caches content close to end users. A CDN allows for the quick transfer of assets needed for loading Internet content, including HTML pages, JavaScript files, stylesheets, images, and videos.

Bottom line: It makes your site faster. 


Caching — pronounced “cashing” — is the process of storing data in a cache, which is a temporary storage area that facilitates faster access to data with the goal of improving application and system performance.

Bottom line: It makes your site faster. 

Litespeed is included with almost all of our plans. It allows us to do almost every type of cacheing outside of a CDN. You don’t have to worry one whit about it; we take care of it as part of testing your website speed and correcting any issues that may occur. 

We’ve been using the Akamai network all the way back to 2000 when they were still a scrappy little startup with a pretty cool logo. It is include with our large plans, and can be added to any plan if warranted.