A Model for Content Internetworkin(CDI)
draft-day-cdnp-model-09

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Abstract

Content [distribution] internetworking (CDI) is the technology for interconnecting content networks, sometimes previously called 'content peering' or 'CDN peering.' A common vocabulary helps the process of discussing such interconnection and interoperation. This document introduces content networks and content internetworking, and defines elements for such a common vocabulary.

Authors

Mark Day (mday@alum.mit.edu)
Bradley Cain (bcain@mediaone.net)
Gary Tomlinson (garyt@novell.com)
Phillip Rzewski (philr@inktomi.com)

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