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ALSO CALLED: Content Delivery Networks, Internet Content Networking
DEFINITION: An intelligent infrastructure that customizes delivery of static, streaming, and dynamic content to end users over a network in a reliable, scalable, and secure manner that allows for more efficient bandwidth management; provides more intelligent content distribution for complex, bandwidth-intensive content; and offers the flexibility to accommodate new content and services as they emerge.
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