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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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Saverio Mascolo: End-to-end bandwidth estimation for congestion control in packet switching networks. Ladas & Parry, October 31, 2006: US07130268 (26 worldwide citation)

The invention herein described consists of an algorithm, which performs an end-to-end estimation of the bandwidth available in an end-to-end connection established between a server and a client via a packet switching network such as the Internet Protocol Network (IP). This algorithm is used to prope ...


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Leighton F Thomson, Daniel M Lewin: Global hosting system. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, David H Judson, November 5, 2013: US08577997 (4 worldwide citation)

Network architecture supports hosting and content distribution on a global scale. The architecture 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 a distri ...


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F Thomson Leighton, Daniel M Lewin: Global hosting system. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, David H Judson, December 6, 2011: US08073961 (3 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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Mark C Holland: Assessment of content delivery services using performance measurements from within an end user client application. Akamai Technologies, August 22, 2017: US09742858 (2 worldwide citation)

A system for measuring and monitoring performance of online content is provided. In one embodiment, the system includes an intermediary device, such as a web proxy, that receives client requests for content, such as requests for web pages. The device obtains the requested content, modifies it by app ...


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Leighton F Thomson, Daniel M Lewin: Global hosting system. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, David H Judson, September 18, 2012: US08271617 (1 worldwide citation)

A network architecture or framework 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 framework comprises a set of s ...


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F Thomson Leighton, Daniel M Lewin: Global hosting system. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, David H Judson, May 2, 2017: US09641482 (1 worldwide citation)

Network architecture supports hosting and content distribution on a global scale. The architecture 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 a distri ...


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Jose J Garcia Luna Aceves, Srinivas Vutukury: System and method for directing clients to optimal servers in computer networks. Adara Networks, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, December 19, 2017: US09847930

A communication protocol includes one or more messages passed between Web routers over a reliable transmission protocol used for inter-Web router communication. These messages include information that allows the Web routers to dynamically update mappings of client addresses or address ranges to info ...


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Saverio Mascolo: End-to end bandwidth estimation for congestion control in packet switching networks. Ladas & Parry, July 4, 2002: US20020085587-A1

The invention herein described consists of an algorithm, which performs an end-to-end estimation of the bandwidth available in an end-to-end connection established between a server and a client via a packet switching network such as the Internet Protocol Network (IP). This algorithm is used to prope ...


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F Thomson Leighton, Daniel M Lewin: Global hosting system. David H Judson, Hughes & Luce, August 5, 2010: US20100198916-A1

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 ...