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Does LimeLight Networks’ Victory over Akamai in Appeals Court Mean Anything for Shareholders?

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Does LimeLight Networks‘ Victory in Appeals Court Mean Anything for Shareholders?
OTCEquity.com
a District Court’s ruling in favor of LimeLight Networks (NASDAQ: LLNW) was certainly a victory for the content delivery network provider the decision
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Apple TV, iTunes downloads slowed by Google DNS
Apple Insider
The problem does not appear to be with Apple’s servers, the Akamai Content Delivery Network Apple uses to deliver media downloads efficiently,
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Apple TV And iTunes Downloads Slowed Due To Google DNS
By Spots
The problem does not appear to be with Apple’s servers, the Akamai Content Delivery Network Apple uses to deliver media downloads efficiently, nor the design of iTunes or Apple TV hardware. Akamai and other CDNs route content to those users along the same path, preventing the network from working optimally. This causes problems not only for Apple’s iTunes, but also any other media streaming or download service that uses a similar CDN strategy to distribute downloads.
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BroadBand Nation: December Telecom Vendor News From Telarus
By FreedomFire
Level 3 Communications announced that it has been selected to serve as a primary content delivery network (CDN) provider for Netflix, Inc. to support the company’s streaming functionality and to support storage for the entire Netflix
BroadBand Nation – http://broadband-nation.blogspot.com/

Akamai v. Limelight: Joint Infringement Requires an Agency
By Jason Rantanen
The patents-in-suit claimed a new approach, which involves storing only the embedded objects on mirrored servers (called a "Content Delivery Network," or " CDN"), while having the webpage itself continue to reside on the content
Patent Law Blog (Patently-O) – http://www.patentlyo.com/patent/

links for 2010-12-20 | James A. Arconati
By ArcoJedi
For busy websites, using a CDN (Content Delivery Network) to transfer static content such as images, javascripts, stylesheets, Flash etc. is highly recommended (as listed in Yahoo!’s Best Practices for Speeding Up Your Web Site) as it
James A. Arconati – http://james.a.arconati.net/

Akamai Technologies, Inc. v. Limelight Networks, Inc., 09-1372
By Sooah Sohr
Content Delivery Network service provider’s patent infringement suitAkamai Technologies, Inc. v. Limelight Networks, Inc., 09-1372, concerned a challenge.. . – Intellectual Property Law. of patents related to method claims directed to a content delivery services that delivers the base document of a web site from a content provider’s computer while individual embedded objects of the website are stored on an object-by-object basis on a Content Delivery Network ( CDN).
FindLaw Opinion Summaries – Federal… – http://blogs.findlaw.com/federal_circuit/

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Content Distribution Networks (CDNs) – CDN Management Solutions
UltraDNS’s global load balancing, continuity, and origin-based routing services can greatly enhance the manageability and control of Content Distribution
www.ultradns.com/Solutions/CDN-Management

Static Web Assets over CDN and Optimal Number of Hosting Aliases
to have with a content delivery network? I’m using Amazon Cloud Front and can set Free CDNcontent delivery network (specifically for hosting jQuery)
stackoverflow.com/questions/4489881/…of…/4490779?…

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