Posts Tagged ‘ content delivery network ’

Amazon Wants To Speed Up Your Site

Nov 18th, 2008 | By | Category: Podcasting Services

Amazon today announced a new service, Amazon CloudFront, that promises to speed up your site.  It’s a simple pay-as-you-go content delivery network that offers to deliver your content to people, with Amazon-scale service, but without big upfront costs.  Amazon has a network of “edge” network locations that it can automatically distribute your content to. These […]

Amazon Wants To Speed Up Your Website

Sep 18th, 2008 | By | Category: General, Podcasting Services

Amazon has announced plans for a content deliver network – a network designed to speed up the delivery of content on your Website – that will be easy to use and pay-as-you-go.  A content delivery network is a distributed network of servers that put copies of your content close to end-users. For example, if someone […]

Free New Content Delivery Network

Apr 30th, 2008 | By | Category: Podcasting Services

Velocix today announced the availability of its free Velocix Accelerator digital delivery service. The new service is aimed at the growing and vibrant community of entrepreneurs and new start-up ventures, as well as larger organizations looking to distribute rich media such as video, music, games and software on-line. Velocix’s service is designed to ensure that […]

Adam Curry On PodShow + LimeLight

Mar 1st, 2008 | By | Category: General, Podcasting Networks, Podcasting Services

Content delivery network Limelight’s legal problems won’t affect PodShow, says PodShow founder and podcasting pioneer Adam Curry: We have spoken with LimeLight management and they have assured us they will not go ‚Äòdark‚Äô. They have been a good partner to us, we trust them and stand by their word and their excellent service. As with […]

Limelight Loses Patent Infringement Suit With Akamai

Feb 29th, 2008 | By | Category: General, Podcast Distribution, Podcasting Networks

Akamai Technologies, which provides technology for the distribution of digital media like podcasts, announced that a jury returned a verdict today in its lawsuit against Limelight Networks. The judgement found that Limelight was infringing on Akamai’s content delivery patent. As a result, the jury awarded Akamai a staggering $45,526,946 in damages, plus interest. The verdict, […]