Posts about Content Delivery Networks

“The New Network Edge” is nomenclature developed by some telecommunications and data center industry participants to describe what they see as a new paradigm in networking – getting content delivery closer to the end user and away from bottlenecked major peering points. The Internet started with just four major peering points centered in major metropolitan and technology areas in the US – Chicago, New York City, Washington D.C. and Palo Alto, California ...
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Barely days into the New Year and the flames surrounding the net neutrality debate have once again flared. There are few who will have missed the media furore this week over BT’s launch of its Content Connect service. A number of the UK’s national press and open access groups are calling this a breach of the basic principles of net neutrality and the first step towards a two-tier Internet.
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