ACDN

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ACDNAction des Citoyens pour Le Désarmement Nucléaire (French: Citizens Action for Nuclear Disarmament)
ACDNAuburn Community Development Network (youth leadership program; Auburn, New South Wales, Australia)
ACDNA Content Delivery Network (computing)
ACDNAsociacion Colombiana De Neurologia (Spanish: Colombian Association of Neurology; Bogota, Colombia)
ACDNAutomatic Call Distribution Number (Nortel phone systems)
ACDNAdministrative Call-processing Data Node
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A Content Delivery Network is a geographically dispersed network of various cache servers or proxy servers, also known as edge servers.
Akamai is a content delivery network service, providing advanced web performance, mobile performance, cloud security and media delivery solutions.
Concurrent said that it has been granted US Patent 8,505,057 for a method and system of prioritising and intelligently caching video content at the edge of a content delivery network based on asset demand.
Limelight Networks Inc (Nasdaq:LLNW), a content delivery network, announced on Thursday (26 March) that PBS (Public Broadcasting Service), a US non-profit public broadcasting television service, will use its scalable, network-based delivery infrastructure to help provide local PBS viewers with a rich media experience.
"Akamai has moved from creating a content delivery network overlay to becoming extensively integrated into the Internet, with an ubiquitous presence that today serves traffic from all corners of the globe," said Jonathan Stefansky, vice president of network infrastructure and architecture, Akamai.
Advanced Flash video streaming infrastructure from Limelight Networks, a content delivery network (CDN) for digital media, has been selected for the MyToons.com content sharing website, which distributes user-contributed animation videos to Internet audiences.
Limelight Networks, a content delivery network for digital media, announced its global delivery capability now exceeds 1Tb/s.