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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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DF Raptor has been adopted as a standard for the 3rd Generation Partnership Project's (3GPP) Multimedia Broadcast/Multicast Service (MBMS) specification, and is part of the global standard to support content delivery services over DVB-H (Digital Video Broadcasting-Handheld) wireless networks.
Companies like Microchip are looking for a trusted vendor that can deliver application acceleration and content delivery services for their business-critical applications," said Gary Messiana, Netli president and CEO.
Mirror Image's commitment to providing quality, cutting-edge content delivery services to its customers first drew me to the Company, and its recent and continued growth make it an exciting place to be," said Cuneo.
E[acute accent]"Demand for our application acceleration and content delivery services continues to rise as the trends toward globalization, consolidation, use of service-oriented architectures and web services continues," said Gary Messiana, president and CEO of Netli.
OTCBB:VSTH), is a global provider of integrated content delivery services that enable businesses to broadcast digital media and communications to worldwide audiences via the Internet.
Mirror Image's patented Content Access Point(R) (CAP) network provides global content delivery services with 24x7 support and guarantees performance and availability.
Digital Silo and MPEG NATION are providers of integrated content delivery services that enable consumers and businesses to broadcast digital media and communications to worldwide audiences via the Internet.
is a leading global provider of distributed application and content delivery services.
At the same time, IT staff can better evaluate the effect of content delivery services in improving the site.
content delivery services revenues will grow about 20%, in 2003, from the estimated level of $186 million in 2002, according to In-Stat/MDR (http://www.
the world leader in MMS, Picture-Messaging, and Premium Content Delivery Services, announced today the immediate availability of Global Exchange for MMS (GX-MMS), a comprehensive real-time content publishing, distribution and management solution for wireless operators and third-party providers of mobile content.

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