Relay Networks for British TV

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Relay Networks for British TV

Postby Jared » Fri Jan 01, 2016 8:43 pm

IAPS is implementing a new type of network for our tv watchers that is far simpler than what we've deployed for the past 9 years. We've always relied on software-assisted vpn networks as the best method for bypassing geo-restricted content. However we've recently released a new system that does not require any software to be installed on the client computer, and better yet, the newer system is supported by all mobile devices, laptops, and desktops.

For our United Kingdom networks that are utilized for tv purposes, which natively runs on a 350 mb/s network in London, we have added international relay stations in Canada and France that will serve British tv content faster than just a solitary native connection directly connected to the server network. What this means is that folks that are located anywhere in Europe will be assigned to the France gigabit relay network and our North American relay network in Canada will serve clients physically located in North America. The topology would look like this:

Native London Network (350 mb/s speed) ----> France Relay Network (1,024 mb/s speed) ----> Client computer
Native London Network (350 mb/s speed) ----> Canadian Relay Network (1,024 mb/s speed) ----> Client computer

The end result is that you receive your British ip address issued through our residential isp in London, and data thats relayed back to you through the series of relay servers at gigabit speeds.



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