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Mirror Image, powering your online business with digital media delivery (735 words)
Mirror Image provides a proven content delivery network for digital media that ensures the best possible user experience while enabling companies to minimized their website infrastructure investment and operational costs.
Mirror Image's services enable you to reduce your infrastructure costs and still meet the demands of your Internet traffic and strategy.
"Without Mirror Image, we wouldn't be able to handle the surges in our website traffic and there would be hundreds, if not thousands, of public school students who would not have received books and other valuable supplies from generous donors around the country."
Mirror - definition of Mirror in Encyclopedia (1034 words)
Early mirrors consisted of a plate or sheet of polished metal, often silver or copper when the reflected image was for viewing (such as for personal grooming) but also of other metals when only the intensity of reflected light was important.
A cold mirror is made by using a transparent substrate and choosing a coating material that is more reflective to visible light and more transmissive to infrared light.
Mirror surfaces are sometimes given thin film overcoatings both to retard degradation of the surface and to increase their reflectivity in parts of the spectrum where they will be used.
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