MaxCDN, previously also known as NetDNA and one of the fastest growing Content Delivery Network Companies, announced that its CDN offering now supports delivery of content through its edge servers using the more enhanced, improved and secure HTTP/2 protocol. MaxCDN mentioned that the Company had added support to use SPDY protocol earlier, but now that has been completely replaced by HTTP/2 support.
MaxCDN also stated that adding support for content delivery over HTTP/2 enables customers to get advantage of various features like binary framing, multiplexing, and header compression and thus ensures faster and more secure data delivery. Also, since HTTP/2 requires SSL certificate to work, customers can use MaxCDN’s free or paid SSL options for leveraging the new protocol.
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