Latest Backbone Router Data: Massive Ongoing Changes in Content Distribution
On Monday at the Content Delivery Summit in NYC, (#cdnsummit) Craig Labovitz, Co-Founder of DeepField presents the latest numbers on multi-terabits per second of traffic data from backbone routers and exchanges points to explore ongoing large-scale changes in content distribution infrastructure over the last year. Learn about growth of newer entrants like Amazon as well as market changes from the established players including Akamai, Limelight, Level 3 and EdgeCast. The data presented will also provide an insight into the impact of new, service specific caches from Netflix and Google on the CDN market.
Now in its fifth year, the Content Delivery Summit is a one-day conference designed to bring together telecom carriers, service providers, content owners, and industry vendors for a detailed look at CDN platforms for the delivery of video and content acceleration. Online registration is now closed, but readers of my blog can still register onsite using my own personal discount code of DR13, which gets you a ticket to the show for only $395.
Speakers and presenters include: Netflix, eBay, LinkedIn, Redbox, Telefonica, Deutsche Telekom, TeliaSonera, Comcast, Charter Communications, Telstra, Pacnet, Telin as well as many of today’s leading solution providers.