Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) constitute a major portion of Internet traffic. To cope with increasing demand for content, CDNs have deployed distributed infrastructures on Internet Service Providers (ISPs') networks. Most CDN systems optimize their traffic flow using Domain Name Systems. However, they do not collaborate with the ISPs, and the lack of collaboration limits performance such as end-user latency. Meanwhile, in future networks, it is anticipated that network routers will be equipped with more processing power and storage modules for providing most effective end-user services. From this viewpoint, a Service-oriented Router (SoR) is introduced to accelerate content-based services. In this paper, the benefits of introducing an SoR to an ISP network for maintaining ISP-CDN collaboration is outlined. Furthermore, a prototype design of the proposed system is presented. Simulations clearly demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed ISP-CDN collaboration, which yields a 30-50% reduction in end-user latency.