The content delivery networks (CDN) market is growing at a considerable rate due to proliferation of media files and video over the internet, and increasing spread of internet. Emerging mobile content delivery networks, growing internet traffic, and increasing video content over internet are some of the factors providing growth opportunities to the content delivery networks market.
Before the evolution of content, delivery networks user-perceived quality of service while retrieving web content was one of the major limitations of the internet. Content delivery networks are responsible for timely delivery of content to the consumers. The use of nearby ideal surrogates is also making it one of the most reliable modes of content delivery. It imitates the content that is scattered over the globe, from the source server to cache servers. Distributed replica management techniques and high performance networking infrastructure is provided by the content delivery networks for expansion of high end computing technologies.
The content delivery networks increase the speed by routing content requests to the confined servers; which in turn supports to speed up the page loads and maximize the bandwidth. For defining the routing techniques certain factors are to be considered such as network traffic, to prevent bottlenecks. The content delivery networks enhance the overall performance by decreasing latency problems to a great extent. Advanced solutions delivered by the content delivery networks market are essential for economical delivery to the end user due to growth in rising deployment of online content and internet usage. But in the cases of increased traffic load, the content delivery networks fails to manage delivery on time, which results in losing content delivery requests.
Network providers organize commercial content delivery networks to deliver services to the companies for improving performance; as most of the companies are opting cloud services for their applications and data. Content delivery networks services can be deployed in a telecommunication service provider’s network with the help of Telco content delivery networks.
On the basis of service providers, the content delivery networks market can be categorized as traditional commercial content delivery networks, free content delivery networks, peer-to-peer content delivery networks, and Telco content delivery networks. On the basis of enterprises size the content delivery networks market can be categorized as large enterprises, and small and medium businesses (SMB). On the basis of applications, the content delivery networks market can be categorized as e-commerce, advertising, healthcare, consumer electronics, media, mobile operators, internet service providers, higher education, gaming, music stores, and government organizations.
The cost inefficiency of existing content delivery techniques is one of the greatest restraints for the content delivery networks market. The inefficiency is due to less bandwidth and storage space of the existing techniques.
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