CDNetworks, a global content delivery network (CDN) and cloud security provider, has unveiled the launch of a new subsidiary for the Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) region, which will be based out of London, according to a CDNetworks statement.
CDNetworks presently operates a multitude of offices and operations throughout Europe. Its new expansion in the form of its EMEA subsidiary will see the opening of an entirely new division in London, which will help aggregate experts in the technology and support space.
Overall, the goal of the new unit will be to better support customers across EMEA, emphasizing speed, reliability, website security, web and mobile applications, for users in the region. In addition to the launch, CDNetworks has also opened a sales office in Munich with eyes on fostering continued growth in Europe.
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The group has been one of the more active players in developing an online global presence over the past few years, particularly on a global scale. CDNetworks has also made inroads into hard-to-reach markets such as China, with several branding initiatives working in tandem with web performance objectives.
The bolstering of its EMEA business also helps strengthen its continental operations, which to date have been growing at a healthy rate. CDNetworks has worked with several European and Western brands, having looked to expand the regional and Chinese market scope.
According to Alex Nam, Managing Director, CDNetworks EMEA: “Leaning on our experience of helping brands overcome the unique challenges that particular geographies such as China present, we have already worked with companies throughout EMEA to successfully expand their online presence.”
“Our new subsidiary in the UK, as well as our new sales office in Germany, will allow us to continue this momentum of measurable success and improvement, and better support new and existing customers. Furthermore, we also have plans to open another sales office in France, which will further solidify our presence across EMEA,” he added.