“That plan has come to fruition sooner than expected, according to CDN expert Dan Rayburn,” Leswing reports. “Trace routes from downloads of OS X now show data coming directly from Apple infrastructure.”
Leswing reports, “But that’s not all: According to Rayburn’s sources, this isn’t a standard CDN, it’s positively massive, with ten times the capacity currently needed — multiple terabits per second — ready to be deployed.”
Read more in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Bill D.” for the heads up.]
Apple negotiating paid interconnect deals with ISPs for their own Content Delivery Network – May 20, 2014