content peering


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content peering

The ability for content delivery networks (CDNs) to interoperate so that smaller CDNs can form alliances and offer national and global service. See Content Alliance.
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Of course, this means dealing with yet another new tech talk glossary that includes "rich media," "content delivery networks," and "content peering." It will be worth it, because it all promises greatly improved Internet performance at all levels, from enterprises to B2B and B2C applications.
Scibilia explains, "Content peering simply allows multiple content delivery networks to work together.
Technical Advisory Members of the Content Bridge alliance will work together to identify and propose technology standards, enabling member networks that use different technologies to participate in the Content Bridge content peering model.

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