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How Do Device-Aware Edge Servers Improve Image CDNs?

Jan 2nd, 2019

Device-aware edge servers on an image CDN ensure fast delivery of device-specific images from the cache 98% of the time. Exact tailoring of image compression, file format, and resolution yields up to 80% image payload reduction.

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ScientiaMobile Image CDN Reduces Payload by 69 Percent for eCommerce Site Sporter.com

Dec 27th, 2018

RESTON, Va., Dec. 27, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ScientiaMobile’s image Content Delivery Network (CDN), ImageEngine, helped increase the business of United Arab Emirates platform, Sporter.com, by reducing image payload by 69 percent and accelerating page load time by 33 percent.

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Google Agrees with Us: You Need to Load Images Faster

Nov 16th, 2018

Responsive images will make your website load faster. But it requires a time-consuming multi-step process that is difficult to maintain. An automated image CDN like ImageEngine simplifies responsive images, and delivers better performance.

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Ensuring Image Quality with an Image CDN

Oct 10th, 2018

To establish what is acceptable image quality, you can use a Structural Similarity Index to score the image quality of an original image versus a compressed image. An image CDN like ImageEngine by ScientiaMobile automatically optimizes file size while ensuring image quality that surpasses what is perceptible on each requesting device.

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Simple Client Hints Installation for Magento Image Optimization

Oct 4th, 2018

In my experience helping customers configure our products with various eCommerce platforms, I’ve noticed that some customers aren’t taking advantage of Client Hints or Resource Hints. This is a simple one-time fix that gives ImageEngine more information on the requesting device and speeds up the connection to ImageEngine. And since time is money in eCommerce, it can mean the difference between a sale or an abandoned cart.

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How to Prepare your mCommerce Site for Festive Season

Oct 3rd, 2018

Diwali may be the festival of lights, but it’s also the festival of mCommerce. According to The Economic Times, Festive season sales are expected to grow yet again this year despite high petrol prices and other economic challenges. “Why?”, you may ask.

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Easy WordPress Image Optimization without Plugins

Oct 2nd, 2018

ImageEngine by ScientiaMobile is a powerful Image CDN that not only caches your image content but also optimizes your images tailored to the end users device, resulting in a perfectly optimized image.

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How to Optimize Content with Kentico

Sep 14th, 2018

Here at ScientiaMobile, we’ve had a couple of ImageEngine clients ask us how to enable ImageEngine for Kentico. So I’m going to walk you through what I’ve helped them with. If you’re not familiar with Kentico, it’s a .Net-based all-in-one CMS, eCommerce, and online marketing platform. With a rich customizable feature set, companies of all sizes can take advantage of this platform. Kentico includes an open API, enabling integration into almost anything as well as an intuitive UI so users without development experience can work with the platform.  

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How to Optimize Content with Sitecore

Sep 13th, 2018

We have a number of Sitecore customers taking advantage of ImageEngine today.  ImageEngine acts as a pull-based CDN.  Sitecore CMS is a leading .NET Content Management System for mid-market commercial or large enterprises, non-profits, and government organizations that require enterprise-level functionality, integration, and scalability.  

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How to Optimize Your Sitefinity Image Content in 4 Steps

Sep 12th, 2018

If your business relies heavily on Sitefinity for web content management, it’s easy as one, two, three…four to improve your SEO and site speed. One of our customers improved their SEO with ImageEngine so much, they ranked on the top page of Google search results after their installment. Image optimization is especially important for image heavy content sites, that can bloat bandwidth, making it slower for mobile and desktop.

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