Monday, February 23, 2009

Global Crossing Pursues Multiple-Partner Content Delivery Network Services

Global Crossing plans to enter the market for content delivery network (CDN) services by forming relationships with several vendors. The company's entry into the CDN market would enable the company to offer customers industry-leading solutions for the delivery of rich media content and enterprise applications.

Global Crossing said its strategy to partner with multiple CDN partners promises to improve customer satisfaction by allowing its customers to select the right CDN solution for the appropriate business requirement. Businesses often employ multiple CDNs to take advantage of best-in-class services for specific requirements.

"We're combining the advantages of our industry-leading Global IP backbone with market-leading CDN services to simplify content delivery through an end-to-end solution," said Dave Carey, Global Crossing's chief marketing officer. "This strategy will enhance the significant cost and performance benefits of our IP data offerings and build upon our commitment to provide a full suite of services that allow multi-national corporations to focus on their core businesses."


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