An internet connection with a larger bandwidth can move a set amount of data (say, a video file) much faster than an internet connection with a lower bandwidth. Bandwidth is typically expressed in bits per second, like 5 Mbps or 5 Mb/s, to explain a data transfer rate of 5 million bits (megabits) every second.
Shared Internet is probably what your business and home are equipped with right now; a single Internet service shared among users, which can then be accessed on various devices and internal networks. On a shared Internet connection, all bandwidth (5 Mbps, 10 Mbps, etc.) is split among all users and devices.
Dedicated bandwidth is bandwidth that’s reserved solely for the use of one subscriber, usually a business. The ring-fencing of the bandwidth ensures that the business always gets the same high data throughput, regardless of what other subscribers may do with their connections.
WHAT IS GOOGLE GLOBAL CACHE (GGC) ?
Google Global Cache (GGC) allows a large portion of requests to be served from a small node located inside the service provider’s network serving regional users. Significant performance improvements for proxied connections over high latency links. (20%). Based on user location and the type of content requested Google DNS will direct user to the best Google node. If given node already has the requested content in its local cache, it will serve the content directly to the end user.When content is served from the node end user experiences improved performance and the service provider does not incur the expense of carrying the request and service traffic across their peering and/or transit links.