The Julia Content Distribution Network

@inproceedings{Bickson2005TheJC,
  title={The Julia Content Distribution Network},
  author={Danny Bickson and Dahlia Malkhi},
  booktitle={WORLDS},
  year={2005}
}
Peer-to-peer content distribution networks are currently being used widely, drawing upon a large fraction of the Internet bandwidth. Unfortunately, these applications are not designed to be network-friendly. They optimize download time by using all available bandwidth. As a result, long haul bottleneck links are becoming congested and the load on the network is not well balanced. In this paper, we introduce the Julia content distribution network. The innovation of Julia is in its reduction of… CONTINUE READING

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