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Disruptive gaming CDN G-Core Labs scores with public cloud expansion

Peer to peer (P2P) networking techniques have long been nibbling at the heels of traditional content delivery networks (CDNs) and we have even seen disputable blockchain-based architectures emerging as potential video delivery disrupters. Neither of these technologies are harnessed by an edge storage company called G-Core Labs, which has burst onto the CDN scene with a back-to-basics approach – built from the ground up in 2011 by disgruntled gamers. Luxembourg-based G-Core Labs caught Faultline’s attention this week with the announcement of a new public cloud infrastructure, lauding the launch as the company’s most important move this year. While largely obsolete on its own, G-Core Labs has developed a CDN network footprint spanning over 50 points of presence, more than 200…

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