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Content Delivery Networks/CDN > Spotlights

Content delivery networks are evolving, moving toward decentralized and edge computing models, and content owners need to be aware of the content delivery trends and strategies that will help them get their content from origin to the last mile. Here you’ll find up-to-the-minute reports on CDN news and trends, as well as analysis of where the CDN market is headed.

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AWS for Media & Entertainment: View from the Top 2021

Five solution areas are key for media and entertainment companies: content production, media supply chain & archive, broadcast, D2C & streaming, and data science and analytics

Dacast: View from the Top 2021

Dacast is expanding its highly scalable infrastructure to provide multi-CDN delivery to help deliver high-quality content to viewers worldwide, including in China.

Edgecast: View from the Top 2021

Content will always be king, but user experience—from personalized streams to personalized advertising—is becoming nearly as important in attracting and retaining viewers

Qwilt: View from the Top 2021

Qwilt is scaling fast, well on the way to reaching 200Tbps global capacity with its Open Edge Cloud, based on Open Caching, and customers like BT, Verizon, TIM Brazil, and Telecom Argentina are embracing the new content delivery model

Tulix: View from the Top 2021

Live linear channels have grown in number, as has the video quality they are delivering. And advances in hardware and software have reduced the cost of launching channels significantly.

Verimatrix: View from the Top 2021

Due to the growth in scope, frequency, and severity of cyberthreats, today's media and entertainment industry needs more security, not less. This can present a difficult choice for some companies—compromise your creative vision, or lower your security standards? We believe you don't need to sacrifice innovation for security—you can have both.

Deep Perceptual Preprocessing with a Difference

Per Hultin discusses meeting the challenge of a rising volume of content and the growing carbon footprint of online video streaming.

Using Advanced Analytics, AI, and Machine Learning to Mitigate Risk in the Modern Broadcast Environment

Zixi's intelligent data platform is leveraging the most advanced event correlation tools to identify issues in live streaming workflows before they become problems.

2021 Will Be a Year of Endless Innovations

CEO Interview: Richard Oesterricher, Streaming Global

Streaming Global aims to solve three of the online video industry's biggest pain points: high delivery costs, lack of reliable scalability, and too-long latencies

Heightened Traffic and Lack of Predictability Continue to Shape the Online Video Landscape

Craig Lowell explores how flexible scale enables companies to successfully weather the storm in turbulent times.

CEO Interview: Steve Orlando, Seaborn

Seaborn is helping its customers respond to the overwhelming demand for new OTT services with capacity and scale

Verimatrix: View from the Top 2020

Zixi: View from the Top 2020

OTT Tech Will Be Cheaper and Better in 2020

Lightcast.com: View From the Top 2019

At Lightcast.com, we are not afraid to take on the projects of new content creators and distributors with an added dimension to our Customer Service: an intuitive, complimentary business consultation process for media startups.

SSIMWAVE: View From the Top 2019

At SSIMWAVE we provide viewer-centric technology that works like a big tuning knob, allowing each business to adjust for their exact needs and audiences.

Tulix: View From the Top 2019

Tulix has a unique approach for to the streaming market, with distinct business units focusing on smaller and larger clients, but all elements housed within the same complex infrastructure.

Verizon Digital Media Services: Executive Predictions 2019

Chris Carey, Head of Sales, Strategy, and Business Development, Verizon Digital Media Services

Tulix Systems: Executive Predictions 2019

George Bokuchava, Founder & CEO, Tulix Systems