The Global Content Delivery Networks Market Upside

Delivering online video based upon current delivery architectures with the necessary scale and/or QoS will most likely become challenging, especially for the so-called Content Delivery Network (CDN) last mile.

Today, the delivery of content from the last CDN node to the end-user is done over “best effort” only.

With the expected increase in (mainly video) traffic and associated bit rates, there is a clear interest in extending the current Global CDNs, deployed within backbones and at the edge of core networks, with telco CDNs, deployed in access networks closer to end-users, to offer quality content delivery to end-users.


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