A new content delivery paradigm

Clemson, Conrad
October 2011
CED;Oct2011, Vol. 37 Issue 9, p14
Trade Publication
The article discusses the standalone content distribution networks (CDNs) which distribute contents on the World Wide Web. A brief historical overview of CDNs that affected by the collapse of 2000 transit prices in which providers shifted into reducing costs, expanding revenues, and quality of service is presented. According to Cisco Systems Inc., video will exceed 91% in worldwide consumer Internet traffic by 2014.


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