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Verizon Closes Acquisitions

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NEW YORK -- EdgeCast, a leading content delivery network known for high-performance site acceleration and Web optimization, will be integrated, along with the recently-acquired upLynk assets, into Verizon Digital Media Services.

Benefiting from the strengths of all three companies, Verizon Digital Media Services now offers a one-stop shop that gives customers a robust combination of speed, reliability and video quality -- whenever and wherever they want. The necessary scale and performance of Verizon’s global backbone network -- combined with a video-optimized platform, EdgeCast’s market-leading CDN capabilities and upLynk’s single adaptive formatting technology – offers Verizon Digital Media Services customers access to powerful video capture and management capabilities as well as global over-the-top delivery abilities for a compelling and high performance solution that is new to the market.

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3/3/2014 | 4:02:13 PM
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will be interesting to see how they integrate and make use of these companies and tie them into their VDMS product (which we haven't seen much of since the big announcement in 2011). Also must tie into Redbox streaming as well, another business not making waves.
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