Netli is a rapidly growing global service provider for accelerating applications and content over the Internet - enabling global e-business from centralized infrastructure. Netli provides network infrastructure as a service, on-demand optimizing application, and content delivery while shifting bandwidth, computing, and storage requirements to Netli infrastructure. The result is better utilization of capital budgets and resources by transferring the cost, risk, complexity, and management overhead of delivering enterprise-scale Web applications and content to Netli. The world's three biggest mobile phone suppliers, the largest technology reseller, the largest beauty products company, the two largest computer manufacturers, and the top two import auto manufacturers trust Netli for their application acceleration and content delivery needs. The company is headquartered in Mountain View, California, and was recently included in the AlwaysOn 100 list of the most innovative technology companies in the world. Netli is the first service provider to design and deliver an Application Delivery Network (ADN) from the beginning to address the Internet’s limitations in Web application delivery. Netli's solutions have achieved the all-important balance between centralized deployment and distance-independant performance. An ADN provides an insurance policy against the substantial risks that the Internet's current infrastructure presents to businesses attempting large scale Web-enablement of business processes. Netli has built and deployed a global platform, the NetliOne™ service platform, to accelerate the move of business processes to the Web. The NetliOne platform is a solution that both bolsters the strengths of the Internet and virtually eliminates its weaknesses. The core components of the NetliOne service platform are patented. This includes the use of a bi-nodal overlay architecture to accelerate Web traffic between end users and Web servers. The patented ADN architecture also includes the use of a high-performance protocol and persistent connections between the nodes, and traditional protocols (HTTP/TCP) and connections between the network and clients and servers.
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