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August 6, 2015 9:22 AM

Flash Boys & Web Performance on the Riviera Maya

I was ready for a relaxing vacation on the Mexican Riviera Maya where the warm waters and cool drinks would provide the backdrop for a great week.  Making the Internet fast, reliable and secure every day is demanding work so I was happy to temporarily leave my thoughts about Akamai at home, spend quality time with family, and sneak in a book that I've been wanting to read for a

Erik Nygren

Erik Nygren

June 8, 2015 9:29 AM

Three years since World IPv6 Launch: strong IPv6 gro ...

It is now three years since World IPv6 Launch, and solid growth in global IPv6 adoption continues at a steady pace. With over 17% of the country's end-users actively using IPv6, the United States continues to be a dominant force in IPv6 traffic levels and adoption, with the top three U.S. broadband operators and all four of the top U.S. mobile operators actively rolling out IPv6 to their end-users.

Akamai

Akamai

May 22, 2015 9:43 AM

Defining User Experience in the Enterprise

User experience in the context of web performance is an an overused term that's often conceptually understood, but difficult to concretely define. That's why we asked Akamai senior network architect Matt Ringel to help us define and qualify user experience in the context of enterprise application delivery. In his own words: User Experience = User Interface + User Expectation + Desired Outcome.

Akamai

Akamai

May 14, 2015 9:29 AM

The Evolution of Mobile

Desktop. mDot. Adaptive. Responsive. In all likelihood, you've mulled these scenarios over to discern how best to deliver content to your users. Previously, we discussed the challenges of complexity, connectivity, and speed for mobile application delivery in the enterprise. Beyond addressing these challenges, the crucial decision of how to best display your content remains. We outlined the evolution of mobile below to to better guide your content delivery efforts

Noreen Hafez

Noreen Hafez

April 21, 2015 11:31 AM

Writing the Next Chapter in Online Video Monetizatio ...

After a dozen years in the advertising industry, looking back I remember the first few chapters of online video being written, as more and more content began to make it onto the Internet. A few years later the same online video content was starting to be accessed on mobile devices, and I was trying to pitch a partnership with a video ad network; a couple of executives at the online

Akamai

Akamai

April 14, 2015 8:35 AM

I'm going to Disney World!

For years I've been taking the commuter rail to the Akamai office, and Boston's South Station has served as the prime location for trying to capture my attention with big, print display advertisements. The well-placed ads last month down the stairwell for the new Caribbean resort definitely appealed to my inner desire to quickly escape the dreary, long winter - but the reality of having two young boys in

Akamai

Akamai

December 5, 2014 1:19 PM

Want your App Delivery to Kick SaaS? Avoiding the Ch ...

1st of a 2-part blog post SaaS is growing like crazy. We have all observed the fact that the SaaS market has experienced tremendous growth over the course of the past few years, and that rapid growth is forecasted to continue for the next several years.

Barrett Mononen

Barrett Mononen

August 19, 2014 12:11 PM

Securing Cloud-based Media Workflows

You can call the trend whatever you'd like, but content preparation workflows are all moving in the same direction--toward the cloud. In the follow-up e-book on The Rise of the Software-Empowered Video Operator, we explore this push and how it's impacting our industry. The benefits for moving towards a cloud-based workflow can almost seem unlimited, but a couple of key ones always float to the top.

Chris Nicholson

Chris Nicholson

July 31, 2014 12:29 PM

World Cup 2014: The Drama in the Data

The excitement and drama of this year's World Cup combined with huge connected audiences, more devices and higher Internet connection speeds helped drive unprecedented levels of live online video streaming. FIFA itself called the tournament "the biggest multimedia sporting event in history." According to Mediaset España, the World Cup drove significant traffic thanks to the increasing use of mobile devices. "We needed to provide our users with high-quality experiences regardless of