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Content Caching Pro's & Con's

By rebecerrar ·
Gentlemen,

I would appreciate that you route this question to the appropriate Knowledge Base forum:

Our Client is a Cable ISP with more than 50,000 residential, and 2,000 corporative Users, using an Optical Fiber and Coaxial Cable Network.

They need to optimize their service levels, then they are thinking about the pro?s and con?s regarding adopting ?Content Caching Technology?.

They already have a 800K wide channel, then they do not want to invest without limit in more Band Width. Instead they want to rationalize / optimize their current network resources.

Questions:

Technology of Content Caching of all the protocols different from P2P:
? Penetration of this technology in America and Europe
? Efficiency of this technology (from the technical and investment point of views)
? Technical Aspects: scalability, yield, performance, obsolescence, technical support
? The trends of this technology towards the future (roadmaps)
? The most important Vendors that produce this technology, how many they have participated in the market and if there has been consolidation
? References in Latin-America.
Technology of Content single Caching of protocol P2P:
? Penetration of this technology in America and Europe
? Efficiency of the technology (from the technical and investment point of views)
? Technical Aspects: scalability, yield, performance, obsolescence, technical support
? The trends of this technology towards the future (roadmaps)
? The most important Vendors that produce this technology, how many they have participated in the market and if there has been consolidation
? Legal Aspects at world-wide level versus Latin-America, with respect to contents P2P

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by BFilmFan In reply to Content Caching Pro's & C ...

Proxy servers are popular.

They are widely used.

Legal aspects need to be discussed with someone with expertise in internation law, especially as Latin America (Central and Southern America) is roughly 20 different countries. You may need more than one legal expert.

Again, Gartner.

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