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CDSP(Content Delivery Service Provider) A global network that provides faster delivery of Web pages over the Internet. Using servers stationed around the world with duplicate content, the server closest to the user's request is the one that responds. In some cases, the text of the page is maintained on the customer's website, and only the graphics are distributed on the CDSP servers, since they are the most time-consuming part of the download. A CDSP network, or "edge network," can reduce the distance these elements travel from 20 to 30 hops down to 3 or 4. See hop and Akamai.
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Created in 2008 under the leadership of two former Institute of Nutrition members and several local and multinational dietary supplement manufacturers, distributors and marketers, the CDSP
is the main vehicle for lobbying Russian authorities about regulations, making them more transparent and easy to meet with the extensive research that has long been conducted to substantiate product claims.
8:43, 5 December 1956: "Hungarian Working People Will Defend Their Socialist Achievements," Pravda, 5 November 1956.
It is interesting to note in this context that the number of CDSP
missions in Eastern Europe is much smaller than missions throughout the world--which is significant for the present discussion.