Updated List Of Stand Alone CDNs and Telcos/Carriers Offering CDN Services

While I have been keeping a running list of CDNs for some time, back in January I had to add a section to the list just for all of the carriers and telcos who have started offering CDN services in the market. With the sudden surge of non pure-play CDNs now offering CDN services on top of their core business offerings, the list of non pure-play CDNs only continues to grow.

Here's an updated list of CDNs in the market, broken down between pure-play CDNs versus non pure-play vendors like carriers and telcos. (To make the list easier to find on my blog, all you have to do is go to www.cdnlist.com for the latest update)

Non Pure-Play CDNs

Pure-Play CDNs

Before anyone starts saying it's not fair to put all these folks on a list, please read my disclaimer in my last CDN post which explains many of the differences between the CDN vendors in the market.

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