2011-06-03 00:00:00 | Net Neutrality Technology Value Chain Cooperation

Transparent Internet Caching

In the past two years, I’ve encountered a lot of confusion about the differences between Transparent Internet Caching (TIC) and Content Delivery Networks (CDN). This article dives into the different applications, features, technologies, legal issues and purposes…

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2011-05-18 00:00:00 | CDN Federation Technology Cooperation

CDN Federation pilot

Many people in the CDN industry talk about CDN federation. We are actually doing it :)

Jet-Stream has pro-actively been involved in several CDN federation pilots since 2002. In our opinion it doesn’t make sense to draft an academic standard and then hope that it will work in the field. It’s better to get hands-on experience in pilot projects. And then derive standards from real life experience.

Jet-Stream recently finished a CDN pilot with an American telco customer. Part of the pilot was to test the ability to share resources between the CDNs so traffic could be offloaded from one CDN to another CDN. All tests fully succeeded.

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2011-02-03 00:00:00 | Cooperation

New partner for Eastern European CDNs

Jet-Stream is pleased to announce a partnership with BitLife, an online media expert company.

BitLife will support Jet-Stream in selling, consulting and deploying CDNs in the Eastern European region.

 

2010-12-29 00:00:00 | Business Technology Cooperation

CDN Vendors Partner Program

Jet-Stream is launching a unique CDN Technology Vendors Partner Program:

Introduction

Most CDN technology vendors lock their customers into their own proprietary delivery technology: a caching box or a delivery appliance. Actually, the background of these vendors is in delivery (software or appliances) instead of in true intelligent CDN technology.

In the real world however, delivery technologies change dramatically…

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2010-12-23 00:00:00 | Distribution The Last Mile Cooperation Net Neutrality

Does Net Neutrality issue in USA affect the Internet?

Not really.

The USA accounts for (approximately) just 10% of the entire global population of Internet users:

http://www.internetworldstats.com/stats.htm