Did you know that today Video, gaming and social media account for almost 80% of the world’s internet traffic? The change in the composition of traffic has been accompanied by a dramatic change in the way content is delivered to the internet user: ISPs and transit providers have diminished in number and importance as the power and profile of a few Content Distribution Networks has increased as content is being pushed closer to the edge. But isn’t that just competition at work? What are the long-term consequences of such a change? In the second episode of our three-part series on “Internet Consolidation”, we talk to Russ White, co-host of The History of Networking and The Hedge podcast and a distinguished infrastructure architect and internet transit and routing expert.