Optimizing Video Delivery With The Open Caching Network

Optimizing Video Delivery With The Open Caching Network

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Document Description

Delivering a great video experience requires content to be served as close to the end-user as possible. In this whitepaper, we illustrate how network operators can implement Open Caching nodes at the edge of their network, while adhering to specifications created by the Open Caching Working Group of the Streaming Video Alliance. These nodes can mitigate delivery latency and provide an improved viewer experience when hosted by the ISP and connected to the CDN/Content Provider nodes outside of the operator network, to create an Open Caching Network.

Working Group Chairs

Eric Klein (Disney Streaming Services)
Yoav Gressel (Qwilt)

Project Leads

Eric Klein (Disney Streaming Services)

Contributors

Ori Finkelman (Open Caching Co-Chair/Qwilt), Eric Klein (Open Caching Co-Chair/Disney Streaming Services),
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