Some articles on content delivery, delivery, content:
... Asynchronous Layered Coding (ALC) is an Internet protocol for content delivery in a reliable, massively scalable, multiple-rate, and congestion-controlled manner ... Because ALC is focused on reliable content delivery, the goal is to deliver objects as quickly as possible to each receiver while at the same time remaining ... In general, ALC is designed to be a minimal protocol instantiation that provides reliable content delivery without unnecessary limitations to the scalability of the ...
... CDNetworks, a full-service content delivery network (CDN), provides technology, network infrastructure, and customer services for the delivery of Internet content and applications ... including dynamic (changing) and static content as well as application downloads ... into a secure, reliable, scalable and high performing Application Delivery Network ...
... help improve the performance, scalability, and reliability of Internet delivery of media content and online services, including video, music, games, software, and social media ... In May 2008, NBC announced that the company would be the content delivery network for the 2008 Summer Olympics webcast on NBCOlympics.com ... In June 2008, the company was the primary source of content delivery services for the online debut of Disney's Camp Rock ...
... Content Delivery Networks augment the end-to-end transport network by distributing on it a variety of intelligent applications employing techniques designed to optimize ... integrated overlay uses web caching, server-load balancing, request routing, and content services ... Web caches store popular content on servers that have the greatest demand for the content requested ...
Famous quotes containing the words delivery and/or content:
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—Charles Dickens (18121870)
“Our frigate takes fire,
The other asks if we demand quarter?
If our colors are struck and the fighting done?
Now I laugh content for I hear the voice of my little captain,
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—Walt Whitman (18191892)