ImageEngine reduces image payload by 64% more than Fastly. It results in 13% faster page loading.
ImageEngine Outperforms Fastly
ImageEngine outperforms Fastly with 61% smaller image payload and 43% faster page loading. ImageEngine does this by:
- Automatic device-aware image optimization
- Auto WebP, JPEG 2000 and MP4 conversion
- Global CDN built-in
- Directive controls for image manipulation
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ImageEngine Keeps Your Pricing Simple
Fastly requires add-ons for their image optimizer services. With Fastly, image optimization becomes very expensive when dealing with many images and many mobile devices. And custom domain SSL and analytics are also extra. Instead, with ImageEngine, you save money with affordable plans that charge only for the optimized image payload GBs delivered.
Mobile Device Detection only from ImageEngine
Mobile device detection is the key to ImageEngine’s industry-leading image optimization. In addition to Client Hints support, ImageEngine has device detection on its edge servers instantly recognizing hundreds of important aspects of a requesting device.
Global CDN Included with ImageEngine
ImageEngine includes a fully automatic image CDN. ImageEngine will automatically optimize the original image, then deliver/cache from a CDN. Adding a CDN to your image optimization further accelerates page loading performance. ImageEngine's CDN's edge servers include mobile device detection. Device-awareness is critical for more effective image optimization.
Reduce Code Bloat
Responsive images generates code bloat for each image. This counteracts the payload reduction from image optimization. With ImageEngine, you add the ImageEngine Delivery Address to your single image tag and voila! The image is perfectly optimized with no bloat. A true low-code solution.
Next-Gen Image Formats
ImageEngine automatically selects and uses the most effective next-gen image formats like WebP, JPEG-2000, GIF, MP4s, AVIF, and more.
Directives are commands you can pass to ImageEngine in the URL which explicitly instructs ImageEngine on what to do with the image, overriding the automated decisions made by ImageEngine.