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CDN

Canadian Dealing Network

An organized system for over-the-counter trading in Canada. It is a subsidiary of the Toronto Stock Exchange.
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Companies profiled in this content delivery network market (CDN) research to 2020 include Akamai Technologies, Level 3 Communications, Inc.
Factors such as competitive pricing, multi-format support and value-added services are restraints that could have a significant impact on the demand for content delivery networks services.
SCOPE OF REPORT This report provides five-year revenue forecasts of the size of the markets for network switches, routers and storage devices based on growth in content delivery networks.
Privately held Limelight Networks is the leading content delivery network for Internet distribution of video, music, games, and downloads.
We originally chose Limelight as our content delivery network provider for Shrek 2 because we knew the volume would be huge," said Abe Wong, head of DreamWorks' Information Technology department.
LOS ANGELES -- Top Online Entertainment Channel for Short Form Content Revamps Site Design and Partners with Leading Content Delivery Network to Distribute First-Class Streaming Video Entertainment
As one of the first to market with a global content delivery network, SAVVIS is one of the world's leading IT services providers and the AMD Opteron processor plays a pivotal role in helping SAVVIS continually expand its business," said Jay Schwartzberg, Director, Telecom and Media Vertical, AMD.
SAVVIS' investment in expanding our content delivery network architecture is a direct result of rapidly growing customer demand," said Vince DiMemmo, Senior Vice President, Product and Marketing for SAVVIS.
OTCBB:VSHI), is the world's leading streaming solutions provider and international content delivery network that provides the reliable choice for delivering streaming media to global audiences.
SAN FRANCISCO -- UpStream Networks, a leading provider of Internet streaming and content delivery services, today announced the launch of its new ServePOP(TM) Content Delivery Network.
While the content delivery network market is estimated by the Internet Research Group to grow to $6 billion by 2004, one of the inhibitors to that market's growth has been the translation process of preparing Web sites to run over content delivery networks.
Switch and Data today announced an expanded colocation and peering agreement with Limelight Networks, the world's leading high performance content delivery network for digital media.

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