Learn the distinct advantages of turning to a Network-based CDN provider as opposed to a CDN-only provider and gain control over your content delivery performance.
To deliver high-demand content to widely dispersed Internet users, a cache-based Content Delivery Network (CDN) is the way to go. By storing duplicate content near user access points, this type of CDN reduces distance-imposed latency and jitter, which can disrupt video and audio quality. This paper explains the distinct advantages of using a network-based CDN provider, who's responsible for the basic routing, troubleshooting, operations and network management at Layers 1-3.
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