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F Thomson Leighton, Daniel M Lewin: Global hosting system. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, David H Judson, August 22, 2000: US06108703 (828 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a network architecture or framework that supports hosting and content distribution on a truly global scale. The inventive framework allows a Content Provider to replicate and serve its most popular content at an unlimited number of points throughout the world. The inventive ...


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F Thomson Leighton, Daniel M Lewin: Content delivery network using edge-of-network servers for providing content delivery to a set of participating content providers. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, David H Judson, April 22, 2003: US06553413 (400 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a network architecture or framework that supports hosting and content distribution on a truly global scale. The inventive framework allows a Content Provider to replicate and serve its most popular content at an unlimited number of points throughout the world. The inventive ...


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Daniel M Lewin, Bruce Maggs, John Josef Kloninger: Internet content delivery service with third party cache interface support. Akamai Technologies, David H Judson, March 7, 2006: US07010578 (304 worldwide citation)

Third party cache appliances are configured into a content delivery service to enable such devices to cache and serve content that has been tagged for delivery by the service. The invention enables the content delivery service to extend the reach of its network while taking advantage of high perform ...


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F Thomson Leighton, Daniel M Lewin: Method and system for providing content delivery to a set of participating content providers. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, David H Judson, September 5, 2006: US07103645 (251 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a network architecture or framework that supports hosting and content distribution on a truly global scale. The inventive framework allows a Content Provider to replicate and serve its most popular content at an unlimited number of points throughout the world. The inventive ...


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F Thomson Leighton, Rizwan S Dhanldina, Robert Kleinberg, Matthew Levine, Daniel M Lewin, Andrew Parker, Adrian Soviani, Ravi Sundaram: Network performance monitoring in a content delivery service. Akamai Technologies, David H Judson, May 11, 2010: US07716367 (170 worldwide citation)

A network architecture or framework that supports hosting and content distribution on a truly global scale allows a Content Provider to replicate and serve its most popular content at an unlimited number of points throughout the world. The inventive framework comprises a set of servers operating in ...


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F Thomson Leighton, Daniel M Lewin, Anne E Lewin legal representative: HTML delivery from edge-of-network servers in a content delivery network (CDN). Akamai Technologies, David H Judson, September 29, 2009: US07596619 (118 worldwide citation)

A content delivery network is enhanced to provide for delivery of cacheable markup language content files such as HTML. To support HTML delivery, the content provider provides the CDNSP with an association of the content provider's domain name (e.g., www.customer.com) to an origin server domain name ...


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F Thomson Leighton, Daniel M Lewin, Anne E Lewin legal representative: HTML delivery from edge-of-network servers in a content delivery network (CDN). Akamai Technologies, David H Judson, August 9, 2011: US07996533 (98 worldwide citation)

A content delivery network is enhanced to provide for delivery of cacheable markup language content files such as HTML. To support HTML delivery, the content provider provides the CDNSP with an association of the content provider's domain name (e.g., www.customer.com) to an origin server domain name ...


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F Thomson Leighton, Daniel M Lewin, David Shaw, Bruce Maggs: Method and system for fault tolerant media streaming over the internet. Akamai Technologies, David H Judson, December 16, 2003: US06665726 (86 worldwide citation)

A replication process to provide fault tolerance for a streaming signal in a computer network. In one embodiment, the original or source signal is sent to several splitters which, in turn, each make copies of the signal and send the copies into a second layer of devices, which are referred to as “co ...


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F Thomson Leighton, Daniel M Lewin: Content distribution system using an alternative domain name system (DNS) and content servers. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, David H Judson, April 6, 2010: US07693959 (80 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a network architecture or framework that supports hosting and content distribution on a truly global scale. The inventive framework allows a Content Provider to replicate and serve its most popular content at an unlimited number of points throughout the world. The inventive ...


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Daniel M Lewin, Anne E Lewin legal representative, Andrew Thomas Davis, Samuel Dov Gendler, Marty Kagan, Jay Gunvantral Parikh, William Edward Weihl: Dynamic content assembly on edge-of-network servers in a content delivery network. Akamai Technologies, David H Judson, July 6, 2010: US07752258 (73 worldwide citation)

The present invention enables a content provider to dynamically assemble content at the edge of the Internet, preferably on content delivery network (CDN) edge servers. Preferably, the content provider leverages an “edge side include” (ESI) markup language that is used to define Web page fragments f ...