NGD’s official blog that discusses our product design, hardware architecture and common problems on the data industry.
Finding that Pumpkin Cutout Template Faster – Reducing Servers, Accelerating CDN Applications
In our last blog, we discussed some of the ways that computational storage can improve transactional capacity and reduce costs for Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) within their standard storage growth
New Storage Technologies That Can Improve CDN Competitiveness
Traditionally, Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) have focused on achieving competitiveness by driving system performance up and driving hardware costs down. From a hardware perspective, the focus has always been on three specific attributes: transfer rates (measured in packets per second, or PPS); power consumption of the total solution (less is better), and total hardware capital expense (CapEx). CDNs mechanized this by buying servers from original design manufacturers (ODMs) such as Hyve Solutions, Ciara, and Quanta Cloud Technology (QCT), while providing a list of qualified vendors to the ODMs