Thanks for making the 2013 Content Delivery Summit such a success!
You can download presentations on the agenda page. Follow up questions, email Dan Rayburn. Videos from the event are below.
The Business and Technology of Web, Acceleration and Media Delivery Infrastructure
Now in its fifth year, the Content Delivery Summit is a one-day conference designed to bring together telecom carriers, service providers, content owners, and industry vendors for a detailed look at CDN platforms for the delivery of video and content acceleration. Developed and chaired by Dan Rayburn, the summit will include case studies on real-world deployments, demos of new technology platforms and discussions on business model considerations for web acceleration and media delivery.
To watch all of the conference videos from last year's show, please visit this page.
TOPICS TO BE COVERED INCLUDE:
- Over-The-Top Video Delivery
- Dynamic Site Acceleration
- Transparent Caching
- Application Acceleration
- CDN Economics & Business Models
- Managed/Licensed CDN
- Analytics & Cloud Intelligence
- Front-End Optimization
- The Video Ecosystem
- Telco CDN Deployments
- Mobile Content Acceleration
- Optimizing Web Applications
- The Business of CDN Federation
- CDN Pricing & Volume Data
The content delivery market is rapidly changing with new products and services coming to the market including licensed and managed CDN, dynamic site acceleration, front-end optimization, mobile content acceleration and transparent caching. If you're a bit confused by all of these different technologies, you're not alone - and that's where the Content Delivery Summit fits in. Come hear from telcos, carriers, content owners and vendors on how all these different technologies work, the role they play in the market and the business models they enable. The summit will also showcase some of the latest products and services and provide live demos of these platforms and services in action.
Interested in speaking or presenting at the Content Delivery Summit? Contact conference chairman Dan Rayburn immediately