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Jon Haley
VP Marketing and Business Development

Matt Parker

Matt Parker
Director, New Business Development

Johan Bolin

Johan Bolin
VP Products and R&D

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Content delivery and consumer viewing habits are changing!

  
  
  
2015 predictions

Here's what to watch out for in 2015

With a combination of improving broadband infrastructure, new services and fast-evolving strategies of content owners, 2015 is shaping up to be an exciting year for the TV market. In the second half of 2014, there were several announcements of projects and initiatives that will clearly have an impact on the market globally.

A winning content delivery solution? It's the pits

  
  
  
Pit lane

Just like in the F1 Championship, content distribution winners are made behind-the-scenes as much as on the track.

You can only fit one person in the cockpit of a Mercedes AMG F1 car – and fortunately for the team’s winning chances, in the exciting 2014 season that man was Lewis Hamilton. But he would likely be the first to agree that he is just the final cog in a massive machine, which stretches from the steering wheel to the pit lane, and then all the way back to the engineers in the team’s UK headquarters.

Maximising CDN delivery performance

  
  
  
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The logistics and economics of delivering Cloud DVR and Catch-up TV.

A new era of connected TV is coming into being. But unfortunately, most networks are not ready for it, designed for it, or built for it.

Don’t you just hate it when that happens?

  
  
  
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Live TV stream collapsed again? Super-high network latency?

The beers are chilled, the nibbles are piled high, kick-off’s in 5 minutes and your live TV stream goes down. It’s every sports fan’s worst nightmare – and every sports programmer’s worst nightmare too. But it was a nightmare made real in the USA, when the national team played Germany in the 2014 FIFA World Cup. And whoever said Americans aren’t really into ‘soccer’, a quick glance at Twitter when this untimely service collapse occurred reveals otherwise.

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