Instantly starting downloads
Secure tokens for
Integrate in minutes -
simply change links
and bandwidth statistics
PUSHR CDN is tuned to deliver large objects in a fast and efficient manner. With points of presence in Europe and North America we accelerate the speed and reliability of the data transfer to your users from our SSD-only edge cache servers in close proximity to large internet exchanges, equipped with 10Gbps uplinks per server.
Our custom built client dashboard allows you to contol the speed at which your users can download your files as well as to limit the number of parallel connections each of them could open. Abusers can be blocked by IP address, user agent or referer, providing you with a high level of control over your CDN usage.
Stop hotlinking. Control access
Secure tokens make your files impossible to hotlink. Your content can be downloaded only from the website or app that generates the token and only by visitors who have tokens generated for them.
Progressive downloads and download resuming are supported and enabled by default. Your customers can download files and updates partially and if pausing is supported on the receiving end, PUSHR will support it too.
It is easy to start using PUSHR on your website or in your app and no development work is required. Our file & software CDN can pull and cache your content from your own website or storage backend, or you can upload the files to our fast and efficient FTP storage. An upload API is also available. To start using PUSHR you simply need to replace the links to your content with a link that PUSHR generates for you and the traffic will start flowing through your CDN.
Flat rate pricing
With it's flat rate pricing, PUSHR's file & software CDN is one of the most cost effective solutions on the market used by small and large websites, apps and services. Your expenses are always predictable and as you grow you are in full control of what you spend. Scaling is easy too - You can add or subtract from your bandwidth plan on the fly, and this does not incur overbilling or prorated fees.