Content Delivery Summit Conference 2021 – The Leading Conference For CDN, Edge Delivery, And Distributed Computing

The Leading Conference for CDN, Edge Delivery, and Distributed Computing

Now in its 14th year, the Content Delivery Summit is the longest-running conference focusing on the confluence of the technology and business that enables online publishers to reach audiences at scale. Where performance matters, the underlying networks must bring together numerous components to achieve the perfect balance of reach, reliability, and immediacy to meet and exceed audience expectations.

The majority of internet traffic is video and Content Delivery Summit emphasizes this largest network traffic driver of all. We’ll examine every element of the telecoms underpinning the very fabric of the internet, as well as the overlaid application layer that enables the network to deliver service to these vast distributed audiences. The agenda will cover a genuine “full stack” of technologies and commercial opportunities, including the following:

  • Energy, Submarine, Fiber Carrier Interconnect
  • Core IP Strategies
  • Compute/Memory and Storage/FPGA/High Density
  • Non-Fixed Layer 2 (Cellular and Satellite)
  • Layer 4 in the CDN—Caching/Media Serving/Compute
  • Video Workflow Evolution Within the CDN
  • CDN Management/Operating at Scale: Orchestration and Operations
  • QoS Management and CDN Switching
  • Edge Compute and the CDN
  • Next-Generation CDN Service Evolution

Where each of these layers are discussed in isolation at a number of other events, it is only at Content Delivery Summit that providers of all these elements come together and discuss and debate the interrelated issues and interdependencies holistically.

Join us for our next installment of this unique opportunity for every participant in the “stack” to meet and to ensure alignment, and for those who buy services from any or all of these layers to attain a complete picture of the largest distributed compute networks and service platforms in the world.

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