Friday, February 24, 2012

Monday's Guest Post: About Transparent Caching and CDN

A new guest post will be published on Monday. In his article, "Transparent Caching: A Means Rather than an End", my 14th guest, Larry Peterson, will look into transparent caching its building blocks as part of an Operator CDN.

"Transparent caching is often viewed as something distinct from an Operator CDN—it is used to cache over-the-top (OTT) content from content providers and aggregators with which the network operator does not have an explicit delivery arrangement. But a better model is to view transparent caching as one use (application) of a CDN, no different than other uses (e.g., multi-screen video delivery, multi-tenant CDN for B2B customers, CDN-assisted VoD)" says Larry.

Stay tuned.

If you like to propose a guest post, please send me a proposed subject, abstract and the author details.

1 comment:

  1. Azi:

    Recent news about AT&T using throttling and ordered to pay individual in civil court.

    Do you know who is providing the throttling equipment at AT&T? Is that information available to the public?