100TB, a Utah-based provider of dedicated-hosting and cloud-hosting services, is touting a new content delivery network (CDN) with prices ranging from $99/month for 10 TB to $799/month for 100 TB.

The new CDN service is backed by a dedicated server network with hundreds of servers available at the same time across several locations including North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Australia, the Middle East and South America, the carrier says, adding, “These servers allow clients to deliver digital content to end-user devices throughout the world at incredible speed.”

"Never before have clients been able to deliver their site content to global visitors so quickly for so little cost," says Thomas Hancock, 100TB’s managing director. "We’ve been the low-price leader of the high-bandwidth dedicated-hosting world, and now we’re ready to do the same for the high bandwidth CDN world, too.”

Setup for a new CDN takes as little as 5 minutes, the service provider claims,  and users can scale bandwidth up or down on the fly, depending on their needs. In addition, all content formats are accepted for users to host, including video, live streaming, white papers and other downloadable content. Each CDN account comes with 24/7 support and free setup.

100TB.com is part of the UK2 Group, accredited by ICANN.

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