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  • 989 Crane Ave, Foster City, CA 94404 (650) 522-9536
  • 1049 Shell Blvd, Foster City, CA 94404 (650) 522-9536
  • 813 Shell Blvd, Foster City, CA 94404 (650) 522-9536
  • 655 Fair Oaks Ave, Sunnyvale, CA 94086 (408) 773-1949
  • 3770 Flora Vista Ave, Santa Clara, CA 95051 (408) 260-2670
  • Mountain View, CA
  • San Jose, CA

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Company: Akamai technologies 2003 to 2013 Position: Principal architect

Skills

High Availability • Distributed Systems • Scalability • Cloud Computing • Architecture

Industries

Computer Networking

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Babu Suryanarayanan

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Position:
Principal Architect at Akamai Technologies
Location:
San Francisco Bay Area
Industry:
Computer Networking
Work:
Akamai Technologies since 2003
Principal Architect
Skills:
High Availability
Distributed Systems
Scalability
Cloud Computing
Architecture

Publications

Us Patents

Format-Agnostic Streaming Architecture Using An Http Network For Streaming

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US Patent:
2012026, Oct 18, 2012
Filed:
Dec 16, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/329057
Inventors:
Christopher R. Knox - San Diego CA,
Nicholas S. Brookins - San Diego CA,
Vaishnav Janardhan - Palo Alto CA,
Ashok Lalwani - Redwood City CA,
Prasanna Laghate - Santa Clara CA,
Stephen L. Ludin - Mill Valley CA,
Akinwale O. Olugbile - San Diego CA,
Moses P. Pawar - Sunnyvale CA,
Chandan H. Rao - Bangalore,
Abdal Salam Faisal Padinjareveetil - San Jose CA,
Ronnie So - Foster City CA,
Babu Suryanarayanan - Foster City CA,
Assignee:
AKAMAI TECHNOLOGIES, INC. - Cambridge MA
International Classification:
G06F 15/16
US Classification:
709218
Abstract:
This patent document describes, among other things, distributed computer platforms for online delivery of multimedia, including HD video, at broadcast audience scale to a variety of runtime environments and client devices in both fixed line and mobile environments. The teachings hereof can be applied to deliver live and on-demand content streams via computer networks. The teachings also relate to the ingestion of content streams in a given source format and the serving of the stream in a given target format. For example, a system might have machines in a content delivery network that ingest live streams in a source format, use an intermediate format to transport the stream within the system, and output the stream in a target format to clients that have requested (e.g., with an HTTP request) the stream. The streams may be archived for later playback.
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