We’ve all experienced the frustration that comes with visiting a website or web application, only to have the page load slowly (or not at all). Social and professional networking sites and gaming sites are just a few examples of platforms that may struggle with heavy bandwidth demands and high growth trajectories.
Web-based service providers in this type of situation can benefit greatly from being in a data center with a rich ecosystem of service providers. Having dark fiber, peering exchange, and consumer network POPs available with a simple cross-connect simplifies operations a great deal. What’s more, reducing vendor interaction to the physical level as much as possible maximizes performance, optimizes user experience, and minimizes total cost of ownership (TCO).
In a new white paper titled, “When Over-the-Top (OTT) Companies Outgrow Their Network Provider,” we discuss how a private network can benefit web-based service providers. Topics we cover in this white paper include:
Specific network requirements
Transport network overlays
IP network overlays
Content delivery networks
By the end of the paper, we hope you’ll have a better understanding of how large web-based service companies can overcome the limitations of capacity and responsiveness associated with outside vendors.
To download “When Over-the-Top Companies Out Grow Their Network Provider,” click here. For questions about this new release or just to say hello, reach out to our team on social media via Twitter, Facebook, or LinkedIn. We’d love to hear from you!