Persistent Memory for Seamless Content Delivery
With the tremendous growth of HD and 4K streaming of videos, movies, live events, immersive augmented reality, 360-degree virtual reality, and real-time, multi-player gameplay, Content Delivery Network (CDN) providers need greater memory capacity at the edge to provide seamless delivery of this content.
Service providers face tremendous challenges in content delivery. Content is growing exponentially. It's being created and consumed by more users on more devices in more places. Customer demands are also growing rapidly, creating new opportunities for service providers to deliver compelling experiences wherever customers are consuming or interacting with content.
Customers want seamless delivery of HD, 4K, and 8K streaming of videos, movies, and live events, immersive augmented reality, and 360 degree virtual reality experiences, and real-time multi-player gameplay, use cases that demand low latency, high throughput performance. Traditional networks weren't designed to meet those demands, so service providers are transforming their networks, moving content to the network edge and using analytics and proximity to deliver a fantastic user experience. With the advent of 5G coupled with the growth of real-time content, service providers also need greater memory capacity at the network edge to speed delivery of that ever expanding content.
Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory is the solution service providers are seeking that will provide greater memory capacity as they redefine deployment architecture for their CDNs. The result-- a CDN at the network edge that is intelligent, cost effective, scalable, and performance optimized for content delivery, and powerful enough to deliver the most compelling customer experiences today and tomorrow. And Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory will help service providers get the most out of their CDNs to unleash new edge-based services, drive new business opportunities, and deliver differentiated user experiences.