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  • abbr. content distribution network; content delivery network
  • abbr. Canadian.


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  • A CDN is short for Content Delivery Network and what that effectively translates into is a bunch of geo-position datacenters around the globe.

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  • A dynamic PR firm to be sure, CDN is emblematic of Brazil's newfound self-confidence.

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  • $32.08 CDN is a pretty good price if you dont count the $21.91 or $25.34 shipping options you have to choose from to get it here.

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  • $450,000 CDN is about 3.8 million Mexican pesos, which should render one a rather nice dwelling, complete with telephone, laundry connections, ISP, and even some furnishings.


  • Cisco’s CDN is for its “Comm-puters” « The SiliconANGLE

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  • From a network architecture and cost perspective, operating a CDN is cheaper than selling transit and at high volume, it’s significantly cheaper to sell than selling the equivalent amount of transit capacity.

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  • A CDN is a series of servers and, in this case, solid state storage devices spread to the edges of a broadband network which is used to provide subscribers with lower-latency access to popular content.

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  • The capacity of the CDN is a sum total of the combined bandwidth which can handle significant increase in concurrent access to services.

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  • The CDN might be a part of the internet or it might be managed by cable operator, in many cases there are content distribution services like CMC and the TVN that offered network distribution services to a company at the edge.

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