We just got word from the Wall Street Journal that CloudFlare was named the Most Innovative Internet & Networking Company of 2012. This is the second year in a row that CloudFlare has won this award. Given the pace of development of new technologies on the Internet, that is high
In 2009, Google began work on a new network protocol to make web pages faster. Dubbed SPDY (pronounced "speedy"), the protocol is designed to solve many of the bottlenecks that slow HTTP down. Beginning today, we're rolling out a beta of SPDY to CloudFlare customers.
At CloudFlare, we built our own CDN from the ground up. We used the latest technologies like solid state drives for screaming I/O and Anycast routing and geo load balancing to make it as fast and efficient as possible. But we didn't want our efforts to make
Yesterday our CEO and co-founder, Matthew Prince, dropped in on TechCrunch Disrupt in NYC to give an update on CloudFlare and to make a few announcements. CloudFlare couldn't have been more excited to present at TechCrunch Disrupt and debut our CloudFlare Apps and Rocket Loader services. You can