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Synonyms for accelerator

a valve that regulates the supply of fuel to the engine

(chemistry) a substance that initiates or accelerates a chemical reaction without itself being affected

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The Global Content Delivery Network (CDN) Market has been divided into type, application, and region.
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'IPC is able to empower industries more by providing a CDN service that helps organizations establish a reliable global presence by eliminating issues that interrupt long-distance online transactions, as well as the delivery of digital content, affecting customer experience and, thus, resulting in revenue loss.
The argument between a service model CDN, where one buys bandwidth or pays-by-usage and making a private CDN comes down to three major factors: Costs (capital vs Operational), Performance and Coverage.
"We chose Broadpeak because they bring together a wealth of experience acquired during years of CDN deployments combined with a set of groundbreaking technology components, which results in superior quality of service for our customers," said Tony Saab, who leads Video Operations at Intigral.
The CDN deployment in SMBs is more due to their budget constraints in adopting the on-premises CDN solutions and their increasing numbers, globally.
Nonetheless, MNOs are not willing to open up their networks to CDN providers and allow deployment of edge servers within the mobile core network and small cell network.
LeaseWeb has enhanced its CDN with four high-powered points of presence (PoPs) in Europe and the U.S., which utilize Enterprise solid-state drives for advanced file and video caching.
The new PoP complements its existing CDN PoP in Mumbai, which was deployed in 2012.
Cloud, CDN and storage services provider OnApp announced on Thursday that its federated CDN platform for service providers, OnApp CDN, has grown to 60 global locations in six months.
Such large-scale data will delivered through Content Delivery Networks (CDN), mostly to geo-distributed end-users (e.g., Akamai, one of the CDN entities, routinely delivers between 15% and 30% of all Web traffic of the entire Internet).
CHITRAL, May 09, 2011 (Balochistan Times): New body of Chitral Development Network (CDN) was elected here on Sunday to unite civil societies working in entire district of Chitral.CDN is a network of NGOs working for the wellbeing and uplift of Chitralis in different parts of the district.
Previously, the IIP required that an applicant have a minimum net worth of CDN $800,000 and be willing to invest CDN $400,000 with the Government of Canada, without any interest or profit, for a period of five years.
Aflexi, a leading developer of CDN Software and Content Delivery Network Management solutions today launched the new Aflexi web site.