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Mexico CDN

An overview of Content Delivery Networks with edge servers in Mexico

CDNs in Mexico

We know of 12 content delivery networks that have edge servers in one or more locations in Mexico. 1 content delivery network provider has plans to launch a new POP in Mexico.

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* = planned POP
** = multiple POPs

CDN POP Locations Cities
Akamai ?
Bunny CDN 1 Querétaro
CacheFly 3 Guadalajara - Mexico City - Querétaro
CDN77 1 Querétaro
CDNvideo 1 Mexico City
Cloudflare 3 Guadalajara - Mexico City - Querétaro
CloudFront 1 Querétaro**
EdgeNext 3 Guadalajara - Mexico City - Querétaro
Edgio 4 Guadalajara - Mexico City - Puebla - Querétaro
Gcore 2 Mexico City - Querétaro
Imperva 1 Mexico City
Lumen 2 Mexico City - Querétaro
Medianova 0 Mexico City*

Is Edgio the best CDN for Mexico?

Of all cdn providers in Mexico, Edgio is the cdn company with edge servers in the most different locations (4). This does not mean Edgio is the best content delivery network in Mexico in terms of performance. However, having more POP locations in the country does typically help deliver content with low latency, especially in large countries.

Akamai in Mexico

Akamai is generally considered to be the largest CDN with edge servers in the most countries. However, the content delivery network company never publishes details about how many POPs they have in a country or where their CDN edge servers are located. The Akamai website has a public PDF with all countries where Akamai maintains Server Points of Presence and Mexico is listed in that document, but specifics are not mentioned. It remains unknown how many POPs or edge servers Akamai has in Mexico.

Mexico - Facts & Figures

Mexico is bordered to the north by the United States, to the south and west by the Pacific Ocean, to the southeast by Guatemala, Belize, and the Caribbean Sea and to the east by the Gulf of Mexico. The capital city is Mexico City. Mexico has a population of ~120 million and a nominal GDP per capita of ~$10000. Mexico is in time zones UTC-8 to -5.
Wikipedia: Mexico

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