NGD’s official blog that discusses our Product Design, Hardware architecture and Common Problems on the data industry.
How Computational Storage Can Eliminate Latency in Content Delivery Networks
Our last blog explored the challenges that content delivery networks (CDNs) encounter with content encryption, and how these challenges impact the performance and capacity of CDN content servers. In this blog, we will examine
The Cost of Latency for Content Delivery Networks
Our last blog talked about content delivery networks (CDNs), and the challenges of applying unique encryption keys to thousands (or more) pieces of content simultaneously. In this blog, we will dive a little deeper into
Securely Accelerating Content Delivery Networks
For most people, the concept of a Content Delivery Network (CDN) is kind of foreign. CDNs are the hidden infrastructure that underlies most of the world wide web today. When you visit a major website, it is very likely that you are in fact being served content from a CDN point of presence (PoP). CDN PoPs are distributed throughout the world, typically in large cities to minimize the latency that end-users see when the content is delivered. Examples of CDNs that are focused on delivering content for businesses include Akamai, Limelight, Amazon Web Services, and Cloudflare; these companies deliver content for companies