2018 CDN Landscape Report
The third edition of the CDN Landscape Report is now available. The report provides a competitive analysis on the industry using different analytical frameworks. The frameworks we developed, helped us in organizing and presenting the data so that differentiation could be measured among the competition. Also, the report provides a high level analysis on industry attractiveness, competitive strategy, competitive advantage, value chain and competitive positioning. The feature rich report contains 11,500+ words and 53 pages.
One of the key goals of the report was to present the data in such a way that it could help us answer more complex questions, such as why do some companies succeed while others struggle or does the blockchain CDN business model have a competitive advantage or what features should be developed to stay ahead of the competition. The report contains numerous graphics that help us better understand the competitive landscape.
The report is a feature rich analysis that measures differentiation for dozens of companies. Our mission is to help the community of buyers, CDNs, cloud services providers, startups, suppliers, analyst and the investment community make informed decisions when it comes to buying services, forming partnerships, acquiring startups, evaluating the competitive landscape or investing in startups.
Audience: Buyers of CDN Services, CDNs, Startups, Investors, Cloud Service Providers, Analysts, Network Operators, Cable Operators and Investment Community
- Report is 53 pages
- Contains 11,500+ words
- 45+ vendors and 11 market segments
- Analytical Frameworks: Differentiation Value System and Business Model Competition Framework
- Product Comparison Matrix
- Emerging Trends Outlook
- The 3 Segment Leaders
- Graphics rich
Vendors in the Report
- AWS, Azure, GCP, Akamai, Limelight, Cloudflare, Fastly, StackPath, VDMS, CenturyLink, Comcast, Yotta, Instart, Ericsson UDN, Section.io, Nu:ubit, Cato Network, Aryaka Networks, Mode, Teridion, Gladius, and dozens more.