Level 3 Communications and Cedexis Lay Out What It Takes to Deliver Broadcast Quality Video

There is no argument that internet video traffic is growing rapidly. Cisco predicts that global IP video traffic will be 82% of all consumer internet traffic by 2020, up from 70% in 2015. Findings from Digital TV Research show global over-the-top (OTT) TV and video revenues for 100 countries will more than double between 2015 and 2021, reaching $64.78 billion.

Content Delivery Networks playing starring roles as the Internet goes Hollywood

The sheer amount of internet traffic and the demand for HD content delivery present a huge opportunity as well as challenge for any on-demand content provider who has an ambition to reach global audiences.

Infographic: Enabling the Mobile Video Ecosystem

At the DTG Summit 2015 we shared a new infographic which was created to illustrate the end to end ecosystem and, by charting that, help foster further collaboration with other key innovators and enablers throughout the industry.

From Nickelodeons to Netflix

Nickelodeons have come and gone, and movies have since gone through many transformations in how they’re made, distributed and viewed.

Brace Yourself for Cyber Monday

Research shows that just a one-second delay in page-load time equals 11 percent fewer page views, a 16 percent decrease in customer satisfaction, and a 7 percent loss in conversions

What the Netflix Open Connect Announcement Means for You

Netflix has created its own single-purpose content delivery network (CDN) to stream movies and TV shows to its customers. Equinix's Chris Sharp explains the benefits and why other media companies should take note.