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Discover the methods for content delivery and distribution of Web-based media in the Web 2.0 world. The concept of Web caches has existed as long as the Web and evolved from storage of frequently accessed files on an individual's personal computer or proxy server to Internet-based Web cache servers provided by companies as a paid subscription service for content providers. As multimedia has become more prevalent on the Web, Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) have become a critical component of the Internet and an enabler of Web 2.0 applications like IPTV, mobile Web and TV devices, and content-rich Web databases such as Wikimedia.
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