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For Converged Networks, It's All In the Delivery

Today it's all about technologies that deliver audio, graphics, text and video in VoIP systems, multimedia presentations, training videos and executive communications to customers, employees and partners throughout the enterprise

Cache servers pull content dynamically from origin servers, based on end-user requests, and maintain it. This speeds access to content in response to future requests, regardless of content type. When caches are used in conjunction with eCDNs (enterprise content-delivery networks), enterprises can even pre-position content on cache servers close to end users.

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