Content delivery alliance to set up peering

Jacobs, April
September 2000
Network World;09/04/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 36, p14
Trade Publication
Announces the formation of a group called The Content Alliance by networking equipment manufacturer Cisco Systems Inc. and several service providers to develop open standards and protocols to support new content network services and technologies such as content peering. Potential of content peering to speed-up Web and electronic commerce site performance; Reduction of network management requirements.


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