CenturyLink doubles content distribution network capacity in Asia Pacific

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CenturyLink, Inc. will enhance its content delivery network (CDN) service capabilities in 11 cities in the Asia-Pacific region with high-performance web applications Announced that it has addressed the growing demand of global broadcasters and distributors, the Overza Top (OTT) video streaming platform and gaming companies aiming to provide ultra-high definition (UHD) video streaming and game downloads.

“By expanding our physical network footprint in APAC while providing a hybrid CDN with peer support in markets that are difficult to reach, CenturyLink Asia Pacific said, Delivering true competitive edge to our customers, our high-performance global CDN leverages the steps of consumer device telemetry, data science, and disruptive edge delivery to deliver peaks. Improve the user experience during traffic and minimize the risk of poor readability for increased traffic during large events. A major sport whose services have been adopted by a well-known company and will be held in Japan next year. I was able to announce that I was responsible for delivering the event He said the change I am delighted.”

CenturyLink recently acquired Streamroot, an innovative video distribution solution provider, and its peer-assisted streaming and multi-CDN services as part of its strategic CDN expansion plan.

Streamroot’s disruptive content delivery model incorporates end-user equipment into an edge-based delivery infrastructure to deliver levels of performance not possible with traditional CDN delivery methods.

“The APAC market has shown interest in peer-assisted CDN streaming technology and is quickly adopting it,” said Pierre Lewis Theron, director of CenturyLink Product Management and former CEO of Streamroot. A multi-CDN hybrid distribution solution can provide a more robust service by decentralizing the distribution model and increasing the number of nodes to distribution destinations that were previously difficult to distribute. You can have a seamless streaming experience without having to reserve too much network bandwidth or set up multiple CDN vendors with excessive service levels.”

Gaijin Entertainment, an independent video game development and distribution company that specializes in the development of computer games and related technologies such as War Thunder, Star Conflict, Crossout, and Cuisine Royale, is CenturyLink. It has partnered with and leverages a multi-CDN model, which currently handles more than half of Gaijin’s total traffic.

“We’ve been working with CenturyLink for two years, but we’ve done it without major stumbling blocks. This has been a major challenge to our clients,” said Gaibin Entertainment’s Chief Technology Officer Gerb Jarchik. It’s important for distributing certain content, which helps us to provide great service to players around the world: War Thunder, Crossout, Cuisine Royale, Star Conflict. Fans can always enjoy the best gaming experience anywhere in the world.”


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