Edgeware Simplifies Multiscreen Headends

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At ANGA COM in Germany, Edgeware announced the Origin Selector option for its Distributed Video Delivery Network (D-VDN) Solution. It's designed to provide scalable load balancing and redundancy across multiple video origin servers, located in either the service...
At ANGA COM in Germany, Edgeware announced the Origin Selector option for its Distributed Video Delivery Network (D-VDN) Solution. It's designed to provide scalable load balancing and redundancy across multiple video origin servers, located in either the service provider's own headend or in an external content provider's network.The Origin Selector option is designed to enable intelligent distribution of content collection requests over multiple origin servers without the need for load balancers. Origin servers can be grouped into "virtual clusters" and can be co-located or geographically distributed. All cache-miss requests from the D-VDN are spread across the virtual clusters for scale and redundancy.

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