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Limelight Networks Operations Center

Limelight Networks Operations Center in Tempe, Arizona supports all the online media streaming for the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
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1 of 8 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

Limelight Networks Operations Center in Tempe, Arizona supports all the online media streaming for the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Huge racks of storage and servers are required to replicate over 5 Petabytes of customer data.

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Limelight Networks Operations Center in Tempe, Arizona supports all the online media streaming for the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
In this photo you can see the systems monitoring application being used to watch the primary link between Beijing and Limelight's distribution node in New York City for NBC. You can also see a return hop to the Tempe NOC if you look closely.
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3 of 8 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

Limelight Networks supports all the online media streaming for the 2008 Beijing Olympics using a 2 Terabit Per Second fiberoptic network of replicated datacenters worldwide.

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4 of 8 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

Limelight Networks Operations Center in Tempe, Arizona supports all the online media streaming for the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Huge racks of storage and servers are required to replicate over 5 Petabytes of customer data.

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5 of 8 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

Limelight Networks Operations Center in Tempe, Arizona supports all the online media streaming for the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Huge racks of storage and servers are required to replicate over 5 Petabytes of customer data.

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6 of 8 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

Limelight Networks Operations Center in Tempe, Arizona supports all the online media streaming for the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Huge racks of storage and servers are required to replicate over 5 Petabytes of customer data.

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7 of 8 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

Limelight Networks Operations Center in Tempe, Arizona supports all the online media streaming for the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Huge racks of storage and servers are required to replicate over 5 Petabytes of customer data.

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8 of 8 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

Limelight Networks Operations Center in Tempe, Arizona supports all the online media streaming for the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Huge racks of storage and servers are required to replicate over 5 Petabytes of customer data.

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