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…
CDNs in Europe: trends
It was nice to catch up with all the other people in the industry on Streaming Media Europe, two weeks ago in London. Although many people are competing, the atmosphere was relaxed and friendly. Which is important!
What worried me about the European streaming industry is the lack of growth and profitability and lack of focus. Yes we had two crisis years. But streaming video should be a booming business!
*** The Telco CDN Strategy White Paper ***
I am pleased to announce that we have finalized our Telco CDN Strategy White Paper. It will be released this week on IBC.
Topics: Zeitgeist, Video kills the Internet Star, Mobile video, Telco Brand damage, Three Screens Strategies, Over The Top, Open Play, Telco Life Cycle, Logistics, On-Net CDNs versus Global CDNs and CDN Federation. It is a must read for anyone in the telco and CDN industry:
• Company brochure (PDF, 0,5MB)
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• Company presentation slides (PDF, 3MB)
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• Telco CDN Strategy White Paper (protected PDF)
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Telco CDN strategy white paper announcement
During IBC (Amsterdam, Sept 10-14), Jet-Stream will release the must-read Telco CDN Strategy white paper for anyone in the CDN and Telco industry.
The document is not technical but visionary and offers many insights and strategical opportunities. The document is specifically written for analysts, writers, members of the board and higher management.
“Global CDNs versus on-net CDNs”
“Three Screens Strategy”
“Video Kills the Internet Star”
“Forget Triple Play, here’s Open Play“
“Telcos face brand damage if they don’t embrace OTT”
“Four strategical reasons to deploy an on-net CDN”
Send an email to email@example.com to receive a digital copy of the white paper.
Net neutrality, new net hypergiants (updated)
Interesting article on The Register!
This article gives a nice view on how companies like Google and Akamai actually bypass the entire internet and how net neutrality fighters are helping them. There needs to be a balance…
More articles with interesting opinions are popping up:
I’ve been involved in the Net neutrality debate in the Netherlands for many years. Net neutrality is important. The internet should be open. ISP’s may never limit, block or frustate access to content. They should remain neutral…. Or?