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The Verivue OneVantage CDN offers a unique and economically beneficial means to deploy HTTP-based linear television to IP connected devices. This approach, called asynchronous multicast, represents a superior alternative to classical multicast, while retaining similar (and sometimes better) network bandwidth efficiency as multicast. Instead of pushing content down a multicast tree to end-users, the content is pulled down the caching hierarchy, filling the caches along the way so that subsequent requests can be serviced from caches near the edge of the hierarchy rather than from the top. READ THE ENTIRE WHITE PAPER
As the consumption of Over-the-Top (OTT) content continues to grow and operators begin to deploy their own CDN solutions, scalable caching is a critical module of the solution that must be closely examined to ensure Quality of Experience (QoE) and maintain a competitive edge. When evaluating solutions, key attributes to consider include: overall performance scalability; the efficient use of storage; and automatic failure recovery, to name a few. This paper examines those characteristics and others and suggests best practices for the implementation of a CDN solution that best suits the needs of your organization. READ THE ENTIRE WHITE PAPER
As the demand for video consumption continues to grow on myriad devices, the content placement approach, coupled with the optimal request routing service, is critical in order to deliver quality content to consumers in a timely manner. Evaluating push-based versus pull-based content placement in detail is key to the deployment of your CDN solution. This paper explains the different approaches and recommends the best method for your business needs. READ THE ENTIRE WHITE PAPER