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Stefan Roeser

Stefan Roeser

May 7, 2020 3:48 PM

What's Next for Media Companies in 2020?

Over the past few months, we've all experienced changes -- in how we work, how we parent, and how we live. But one thing that hasn't changed is the essential nature of the internet and Akamai's ability to deliver on your and your customers' expectations. It's what we do.

Alex Balford

Alex Balford

April 20, 2020 8:00 AM

Ensuring Business Continuity During Peak Times: 6 Re ...

A sudden and dramatic surge in internet traffic, much of which is driven by video streaming and game and software download events, is testing network infrastructures with unprecedented volume. The 30% increase in global traffic Akamai delivered from the edge during the past month, compared to the ~3% growth during a typical month, illustrates the impact COVID-19 has had on the internet. As a result, regulators, ISPs, and many Akamai

Alex Balford

Alex Balford

March 25, 2020 6:30 AM

March 2020 - What's New in Delivery, Services and Su ...

Welcome to Day 3 of Akamai's March 2020 Release. Before we dive into today's new and exciting announcements, just a reminder of the week's schedule: Monday was Day 1 for security with enhancements to Bot Manager, Fast DNS, Kona Site Defender, Managed Security Service, Prolexic Routed, and Web Application Protector. Tuesday added another day of security updates, including for Enterprise Threat Protector, DNSi CacheServe, Fast DNS, and Identity Cloud. Wednesday

Kristen Raybould

Kristen Raybould

March 25, 2020 6:30 AM

Manage Origin Offload and Egress Fees for Live and O ...

Origin offload has received more attention in the past few years as more customers have moved their origins to the cloud. As such, the cost to access data has become an important issue. To support this move, Akamai has developed Cloud Wrapper to provide customers with a way to securely connect to private and public cloud storage and compute platforms, while improving origin offload and lowering cloud egress costs. Customers

Chris Nicholson

Chris Nicholson

March 25, 2020 6:30 AM

Taking Content Protection to the Edge

To protect our industry, we need to protect our content. That's been an ongoing theme in conversations with Akamai's broadcast customers whose streaming offerings have evolved into critical business units.

Pankaj Chaudhari

Pankaj Chaudhari

March 25, 2020 6:30 AM

Getting Insights into the Delivery Path of Media wit ...

Problem Definition Media streaming typically involves three main components: a player, the origin, and a CDN. Typically, the content provider owns the player and the origin stack and hence is able to diagnose and troubleshoot issues, but the CDN for the most part is a black box.

Nancy Carvajal

Nancy Carvajal

March 25, 2020 6:30 AM

March 2020 - Professional Services and the Media Ind ...

In today's ever-shifting market, we recognize that you need to be constantly adapting, and Akamai provides a way to enhance your customers' experiences through our unique expertise, helping you unlock the value of Akamai's products and services.

Adam Karon

Adam Karon

March 11, 2020 1:58 PM

Statement from Akamai Executive Vice President and G ...

Akamai fully supports and appreciates NAB's decision to put off the 2020 NAB Show. We recognize the weight of the decision and subsequent, wide-ranging ramifications that had to be considered. While we're disappointed to miss this annual opportunity to personally connect with customers, partners and colleagues from around the world, we're grateful that priority was rightly placed upon the health of everyone involved and taking steps to help prevent further

CJ Arnesen

CJ Arnesen

January 17, 2020 3:00 PM

Maintain Your Streaming Posture During Failures With ...

Maintaining a high-quality playback experience for users is extremely critical whether it is for on-demand content or for large-scale live events. Origin failures occur when a server is overwhelmed with requests, due to congested networks or other unexpected events. These failures can keep origin responses from getting back to the client; hence, the need for redundant server architectures.