NGENIX was founded in Moscow in 2007 and was the first CDN service provider in Russia. With NGENIX’s distributed cloud platform companies can deliver video, live webcasts, distribute software and other digital content, and improve the performance of web applications. They also protect against DDoS attacks by leveraging Arbor PeakFlow.
Their platform reaches all major telco centers in Russia and the CIS and provides unbeatable reach into the Russian Internet audience. They have over 500 customers and are partnered with several global streaming media companies like Brightcove and Wowza Media Systems.
NGENIX has around 70 points of presence in 30 cities around the world. Notably, they have 20+ POPs in Russia and the CIS. They also carry a network capacity 500Gbit/s within Russia.
NGENIX does not publish pricing publicly so you’ll need to contact them to get a quote via their website. They do offer a free trial and require no long term contracts, so you can test the service without getting stuck for 12 months.
NGENIX primarily focuses on media delivery but also offers small object caching and acceleration of applications via TCP optimizations. They offer HTTPS, GZIP, distributed DNS, real-time reporting and logs, and DDoS mitigation via Arbor and 24/7 monitoring. They support all formats of video and are partnered with Wowza for encoding and are part of the Brightcove Video Cloud.
Why Choose NGENIX?
NGENIX is the oldest and most well known CDN provider in Russia. They have a fully featured platform that is great for media delivery and is a great fit for anyone with delivery needs in Russia and the surrounding countries. There are very few providers with coverage in this region, and NGENIX has been around longer than any of them.