CDNs in Russia
We know of 13 content delivery networks that have edge servers in one or more locations in Russia. To our knowledge, no content delivery network has plans to launch a new POP in Russia.
* = planned POPs
** = multiple POPs
|bunny.net||3||Khabarovsk - Krasnoyarsk - Moscow|
|CDNetworks||17||Chelyabinsk - Chita - Kazan - Khabarovsk - Krasnodar - Krasnoyarsk - Moscow - Novgorod - Novosibirsk - Omsk - Perm - Petrozavodsk - Pskov - Rostov - Samara - Voronezh - Yekaterinburg|
|CDNvideo||19||Irkutsk - Khabarovsk - Kazan - Krasnodar - Krasnoyarsk - Makhachkala - Moscow - Nizhny Novgorod - Novosibirsk - Omsk - Perm - Rostov-on-Don - Samara - St Petersburg - Stavropol - Tyumen - Ufa - Vladivostok - Yekaterinburg|
|Cloudflare||3||Krasnoyarsk - Moscow - St. Petersburg|
|EdgeNext||2||Moscow - St. Petersburg|
CDNvideo best CDN for Russia?
Of all cdn providers in Russia, CDNvideo is the cdn company with edge servers in the most different locations. This does not mean CDNvideo is the best content delivery network in Russia 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 Russia
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 Russia is listed in that document, but specifics are not mentioned. It remains unknown how many POPs or edge servers Akamai has in Russia.
Russia, also known as the Russian Federation, has a population of approximately 140 million. Russia shares land borders with Norway, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, China, Mongolia, and North Korea.