Comparison of the Internap and NGENIX CDNs

In the tables below you can easily compare Internap and NGENIX for POP locations, pricing and features & support. We hope this helps you better understand the similarities and differences between these Content Delivery Networks.

POP locations Internap NGENIX
POPs in North-America Not Available 0
POPs in Europe Not Available 23HelpAll POPs are in Russia, Ukraine, and Kazakhstan. including in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Kiev, Almaty, Kazan, Samara, Rostov-on-Don, Krasnodar, Yekaterinburg, Novosibirsk, Krasnoyarsk, Vladivostok and Ufa.
POPs in Asia (not China) Not Available 0
POPs in China Not Available 0
POPs in Australia Not Available 0
POPs in South-America Not Available 0
POPs in Middle-East Not Available 0
POPs in Africa Not Available 0

A POP is a Point Of Presence, an access point to the Internet. It is a physical, strategically placed location that houses multiple CDN servers.

Pricing Internap NGENIX
Price US/EU traffic - low volume Not Available Not Available
Price US/EU traffic - high volume Not Available Not Available
Extra charge for APAC region traffic Not Available Not Available
Storage Yes, you pay for storage

Note: custom price plans are very common in the CDN market, especially for large volume customers. We recommend you always talk to the CDN provider about your needs and requirements and work with them to get a best-fit deal.

Features & Support Internap NGENIX
Origin-Pull Yes YesHelpThe origin can be an IP address or a hostname. Moreover, it could be several IP addresses or hostnames, which will be used with Round robin or Prioritisation to improve reliability.
Push (upload to CDN servers) YesHelpFiles can be uploaded to the CDN POPs via FTP, the control panel and rsync. YesHelpCustomer could use cloud storage inside CDN instead of origin server. There is a possibility of managing the caching policy and compression with pre-selected assets.
Purge YesHelpBoth MediaConsole (the Internap online control panel) and the API support single file, multiple file (folder), and wildcard purge. The Cache Purge Manager tool built into MediaConsole allows ad hoc or scheduled purges. Yes
Purge All YesHelpCan be done via the online control panel and API. Yes
Gzip Only if origin server does GzipHelpGzip compression reduces the file size (bytes) of text-based files like HTML, CSS and JavaScript by approximately 70%. It's a well-known web performance best practice to turn on Gzip on the server. Resend from origin, or compress on edgeHelpGzip is on by default.
Persistent connections Yes Yes
Honors all origin server headers Yes YesHelpCustomers can request overrides of headers
Can override origin server headers YesHelpInternap offers lots of possibilities for this. Yes
Set caching headers for pushed files Yes Yes
Custom CNAMEs Yes Yes
HTTPS YesHelpInternap offers a free, shared wildcard certificate (no CNAME) and the option to upload your certificate, have a custom CNAME at $200/month. YesHelpCustomer upload his own SSL certificate too.
Control Panel & statistics Yes YesHelpInsight in usage per geographical region/country, per URL and in real-time. Also, NGENIX provides Autonomous Systems performance analysis.
Access Logs Yes YesHelpAvailable via SFTP.
API Yes Yes
Support YesHelpInternap operates dual Network Operating Centers for geographic diversity, and staff the NOC with front line engineering resources who have the skills and tools to resolve network issues on the first call. The NOC is available 24/7/365 by phone, email, and chat. Internap received a StevieĀ® Award for 'Best Customer Service Department' of the Year at the 2011 American Business Awards. YesHelp24/7 phone support via a local number.
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