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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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In late 2012, Telehouse announced its partnership with CDNetworks to provide content delivery services to the Russian market via the Telehouse Moscow facility.
That's where content delivery services enter into the equation, and it's also where cloud-based services are opening doors.
NTT Europe is responsible for business in the EMEA market and provides a world-class Tier-1 Internet backbone, secure closed networks, security, system integration, network and application management, managed hosting and global content delivery services with partner companies globally.
It will also provide hosting and content delivery services to Formula1.com, which is accessed by tens of millions of fans around the globe.
"We are seeing a substantial increase in broadband/internet penetration, which in turn means that there is a growing need to have good quality, scalable IP connectivity and content delivery services in the region.
These m-Wise-enabled applications for content and media partners include content delivery services, ringtones, music, video, games, information services, alerts and advertising and promotions, all of which were developed and delivered from the cloud on a hosted basis.
It further opens up new opportunities for network operators to monetize the delivery of multimedia content to their subscribers by allowing the operators to offer guaranteed quality of service content delivery services to the content providers.
The new IPX Service features existing Aicent services, including: GPRS, CDMA, 3G and 4G roaming eXchange services; SMS and MMS interworking services; content delivery services; Wi-Fi and WiMAX Roaming services.
Nokia said that the unit plans to integrate some of the company's content delivery services into a single service to create a better experience for consumers and to continue increasing investments into key initiatives.
Level 3 Communications' Content Markets Group, Broomfield, Colo., has signed a multi-year contract with the National Hockey League (NHL) to support that organization's video, high-speed Internet Protocol (HSIP) and content delivery services needs.
Building on previous developments within the i2010 strategy launched in Lisbon in 2005, this report focuses specifically on harmonizing online content circulation among the Member States by supporting the creation of innovative business models and cross-border content delivery services.
Now is the time for librarians to analyze and anticipate their current and future needs and to select one platform that they can depend on to consolidate and manage all mobile content delivery services.

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