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John A Dilley, Andrew D Berkheimer: Method and system for tiered distribution in a content delivery network. Akamai Technologies, David H Judson, November 7, 2006: US07133905 (193 worldwide citation)

A tiered distribution service is provided in a content delivery network (CDN) having a set of surrogate origin (namely, “edge”) servers organized into regions and that provide content delivery on behalf of participating content providers, wherein a given content provider operates an origin server. A ...


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Dave Goh, Paul Chou, Leena Sansguiri, Ronald Kroesen, Nandakumar Natarajan, John A Dilley, Marcos Frid, Robert H Hyerle, Arne Luhrs, Chandrasekar Venkatraman: Integrated LAN controller and web server chip. Agilent Technologies, April 16, 2002: US06373841 (107 worldwide citation)

A chip for a device such as a computer includes a media access controller and an embedded processor. The embedded processor is programmed to function as a web server and provide network manageability information to a network manager. The embedded processor is also programmed to function as a LAN con ...


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John A Dilley, Andrew D Berkheimer: Method and system for tiered distribution in a content delivery network. Akamai Technologies, David H Judson, May 20, 2008: US07376716 (64 worldwide citation)

A tiered distribution service is provided in a content delivery network (CDN) having a set of surrogate origin (namely, “edge”) servers organized into regions and that provide content delivery on behalf of participating content providers, wherein a given content provider operates an origin server. A ...


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Dave Goh, Leena Sansguiri, Paul Chou, Nandakumar Natarajan, John A Dilley, Marcos Frid, Robert H Hyerle, Arne Luhrs, Chandrasekar Venkatraman: Web server chip for network manageability. Hewlett Packard Development Company, January 31, 2012: US08108508 (31 worldwide citation)

A network device includes a web server chip that is connectable to a computer network. The web server chip includes an embedded processor that is programmable to function as a manageability web server, obtain manageability information about the network device and send the manageability to a network ...


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John A Dilley, Andrew D Berkheimer: System for tiered distribution in a content delivery network. Akamai Technologies, David H Judson, October 13, 2009: US07603439 (19 worldwide citation)

A tiered distribution service is provided in a content delivery network (CDN) having a set of surrogate origin (namely, “edge”) servers organized into regions and that provide content delivery on behalf of participating content providers, wherein a given content provider operates an origin server. A ...


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Martin F Arlitt, John A Dilley, Richard J Friedrich, Tai Y Jin, Stephane J Perret: Content consistency in a data access network system. Hewlett Packard Development Company, March 25, 2008: US07349902 (15 worldwide citation)

A data access network system is described that includes a content server coupled to a plurality of proxy servers via an interconnect network. The content server store at least one content file. The data access network system also includes a system of maintaining content consistency between the conte ...


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Stephen L Ludin, Sudhin Mishra, Philip A Lisiecki, Erik Nygren, John A Dilley, Karl Eliv J Hallin, Joshua Hunt: Server with mechanism for reducing internal resources associated with a selected client connection. Akamai Technologies, Joshua T Matt, October 28, 2014: US08875287 (7 worldwide citation)

According to certain non-limiting embodiments disclosed herein, the functionality of a server is extended with a mechanism for identifying connections with clients that have exhibited attack characteristics (for example, characteristics indicating a DoS attack), and for transitioning internal owners ...


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Alexander Sherman, Philip A Lisiecki, Joel M Wein, Don A Dailey, John A Dilley, William E Weihl: Method and system for purging content from a content delivery network. Akamai Technologies, David H Judson, April 14, 2015: US09009267 (6 worldwide citation)

A content file purge mechanism for a content delivery network (CDN) is described. A Web-enabled portal is used by CDN customers to enter purge requests securely. A purge request identifies one or more content files to be purged. The purge request is pushed over a secure link from the portal to a pur ...


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Sudhin Mishra, Stephen L Ludin, Philip A Lisiecki, Erik Nygren, John A Dilley, Karl Eliv J Hallin, Joshua Hunt: Server with mechanism for changing treatment of client connections determined to be related to attacks. AKAMAI TECHNOLOGIES, December 20, 2016: US09525701 (1 worldwide citation)

According to certain non-limiting embodiments disclosed herein, the functionality of a server is extended with a mechanism for identifying connections with clients that have exhibited attack characteristics (for example, characteristics indicating a DoS attack), and for transitioning internal owners ...


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John A Dilley, Andrew D Berkheimer: Method and system for tiered distribution in a content delivery network. Akamai Technologies, December 18, 2003: US20030233423-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A tiered distribution service is provided in a content delivery network (CDN) having a set of surrogate origin (namely, “edge”) servers organized into regions and that provide content delivery on behalf of participating content providers, wherein a given content provider operates an origin server. A ...