Our Content Delivery Network (CDN)

Store and serve images and files around the globe blazingly fast and super secure. Share your files from 45 server locations across 5 continents. Our WordPress CDN is built right into our HUB. It comes preconfigured on our world-class dedicated hosting for added speed, scalability, and security.

Share this article

What is a CDN?

A CDN is a network of super-fast servers that store cached copies of your images and other files all over the world, shortening the distance your content has to travel to your visitors.

Why should I use a CDN?

A content delivery network not only boosts page speed, but it also improves security, is more reliable, easier to scale and comes at a lower cost.

Technical Specs

  • 45 Server Locations
  • End-To-End Encryption
  • Unlimited Performance Bandwidth
  • +65 Tbps Total Troughput
  • Redundant Storage
  • 10 – 100GB Image Optimization Bandwidth
  • +35 Independent Tier-1 Carriers
  • High-performance Servers (SSD)
  • 24×7 Monitoring and Support

Smarter Image Delivery & Optimization

With Smush, our CDN moves images closer to your users, saves you money by reducing bandwidth, and speeds up sites by perfectly resizing and optimizing images to fit the screen size of each visitor. It will also automatically convert and serve images in the best format possible, including next-generation WebP in supported browsers.

Unleash Performance Plugins UNLIMITED CDN

Enable Mount Everweb’s CDN inside of the Performance Plugin to serve your CSS and JS files and take even more load off your servers. Even better, due to the small size of the files being served, Hummingbird’s CDN bandwidth is completely UNLIMITED.

Powered By StackPath

The Mount Everweb CDN leverages the StackPath servers and network to deliver enterprise-grade speed and performance to give every one of your users a high-quality experience.

Weitere Beiträge


Top 2022 eCommerce Trends To Keep An Eye On

New eCommerce trends emerge at a staggering pace. It’s hard to keep up-to-date with them all, so we’ve researched and collected the hottest 2022 trends in this post.


Our Web Application Firewall (WAF)

Our WAF is your first layer of defense preventing cybercriminals from hacking your website’s critical data and information.