[AusNOG] Anyone heard of Divinetworks?

Joshua D'Alton joshua at railgun.com.au
Mon Mar 4 17:21:36 EST 2013

Came across them last year with
they look to have an interesting product. It seems like some sort of
internal-use/whitelabel CDN/caching type thing. ie instead of paying Akamai
to serve your content globally, you use these guys to GET the content from
global, and deliver it local.

very interesting idea, i look forward to seeing how far it goes and if they
ever hybridise to being an actual CDN like Akamai or cloudflare.. very
interesting indeed.

obviously here in australia it makes a hell of a lot more sense than other
places, and combined with an enterprise grade ISP cache (i forget what they
are called, read about Exetel or iiNet or someone like that deploying one
last year, apparently it reduced BW by over 15% internationally).

On Mon, Mar 4, 2013 at 5:11 PM, Skeeve Stevens <
skeeve+ausnog at eintellegonetworks.com> wrote:

> Anyone heard of this crowd?
> http://www.divinetworks.com/
> I am guessing that what they do is compress traffic in an extreme way,
> transport it around their network and then uncompress it somehow then hand
> it off to you?
> A customer has asked about it... they have a PoP in Sydney... Just not
> heard of them.
> Anyone using them?
> ...Skeeve
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