Cloudflare just bought a startup so it could offer a VPN “that doesn’t suck”
Cloudflare, a content delivery network known for protecting and then withdrawing its protection from a Nazi blog called The Daily Stormer, has acquired startup Neumob.
Cloudflare was primarily interested in Neumob’s now defunct virtual private network (VPN) product, which it plans to revive.
The company also plans to relaunch Neumob’s core product, which allows developers to speed up their applications, under its own brand.
Aiming to get into the virtual private network (VPN) market, content delivery network provider Cloudflare has acquired Neumob.
Neumob’s primary product is software that helps developers speed up their app so they run faster and require less bandwidth. But the …read more
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