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Paul E Stolorz, John K Salmon, Michael S Warren, Jeffrey G Koller, Aric Hagberg, Maksim Yevmenkin, Mark Brady, David Pfitzner, Ted Middleton: Configurable adaptive global traffic control and management. Level 3 Communications, Brian Siritzky, October 26, 2010: US07822871 (154 worldwide citation)

A framework for delivery of Internet content includes a subscriber server network; and at least one domain name server constructed and adapted to provide policy-based domain name service, wherein, in response to a request to resolve a hostname, the domain name server resolves the hostname to at leas ...


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Mark Brady, Maksim Yevmenkin, Paul E Stolorz, John K Salmon, Michael S Warren, Jeffrey Koller, Aric Hagberg, David Pfitzner, Ted Middleton: Policy-based content delivery network selection. Level 3 Communications, Davidson Berquist Jackson & Gowdy, Brian Siritzky, December 28, 2010: US07860964 (111 worldwide citation)

In a framework wherein resources of a content provider may be delivered to clients from different domains, a method distributes the requests based on content-provider policies. In some cases, the domains include at least two distinct content delivery network (CDN) domains. The domains may include a ...


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Paul E Stolorz, John K Salmon, Michael S Warren, Jeffrey G Koller, Maksim Yevmenkin, Mark Brady, David Pfitzner, Ted Middleton, Aric Hagberg: Policy-based content delivery network selection. Level 3 Communications, February 4, 2014: US08645517 (63 worldwide citation)

In a framework wherein resources of a content provider may be delivered to clients from different domains, a method distributes the requests based on content-provider policies. In some cases, the domains include at least two distinct content delivery network (CDN) domains. The domains may include a ...


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Paul E Stolorz, John K Salmon, Michael S Warren, Jeffrey G Koller, Aric Hagberg, Maksim Yevmenkin, Mark Brady, David Pfitzner, Ted Middleton: Distributing requests across multiple content delivery networks based on subscriber policy. Level 3 Communications, December 1, 2015: US09203636 (3 worldwide citation)

A method, operable in a framework wherein resources of a content provider may be delivered to clients from at least two distinct content delivery networks (CDNs). Responsive to a client request, one of the CDNs is selected, the selection being based at least in part on one or more policies set by th ...


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Paul E Stolorz, John K Salmon, Michael S Warren, Jeffrey Koller, Aric Hagberg, Maksim Yevmenkin, Mark Brady, David Pfitzner: Configurable adaptive global traffic control and management. Cable & Wireless Internet Services, Pillsbury Winthrop, April 3, 2003: US20030065762-A1

A framework for delivery of Internet content includes a subscriber server network; and at least one domain name server constructed and adapted to provide policy-based domain name service, wherein, in response to a request to resolve a hostname, the domain name server resolves the hostname to at leas ...


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Paul E Stolorz, John K Salmon, Michael S Warren, Jeffrey Koller, Aric Hagberg, Maksim Yevmenkin, Mark Brady, David Pfitzner: Policy-based content delivery network selection. Level 3 Communications, Davidson Berquist Jackson & Gowdey, September 4, 2008: US20080215718-A1

In a framework wherein resources of a content provider may be delivered to clients from different domains, a method distributes the requests based on content-provider policies. In some cases, the domains include at least two distinct content delivery network (CDN) domains. The domains may include a ...


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Paul E Stolorz, John K Salmon, Michael S Warren, Jeffrey Koller, Aric Hagberg, Maksim Yevmenkin, Mark Brady, David Pfitzner: Distributing requests across multiple content delivery networks based on subscriber policy. Level 3 Communications, Davidson Berquist Jackson & Gowdey, June 19, 2008: US20080147866-A1

A method, operable in a framework wherein resources of a content provider may be delivered to clients from at least two distinct content delivery networks (CDNs). Responsive to a client request, one of the CDNs is selected, the selection being based at least in part on one or more policies set by th ...


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Paul E Stolorz, John K Salmon, Michael S Warren, Mark Brady, Maksim Yevmenkin, Jeffrey Koller, Aric Hagberg, David Pfitzner, Ted Middleton: Policy-Based Content Delivery Network Selection. Level 3 Communications, June 16, 2011: US20110145386-A1

In a framework wherein resources of a content provider may be delivered to clients from different domains, a method distributes the requests based on content-provider policies. In some cases, the domains include at least two distinct content delivery network (CDN) domains. The domains may include a ...