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WESTFORD, Mass. -- Verivue, Inc, a leading authority and innovator in the fast growing field of digital content delivery, today announced the introduction of its OneVantageTM Content Delivery Solution. OneVantage is a fully integrated suite of CDN software elements that enables network operators to quickly and easily deploy new CDN services without the time and expense associated with developing custom solutions.

OneVantage includes all the components needed to operate a competitive multi-tenant CDN network, including a high performance cache, a request router for dynamic cache selection and a full management and analytics suite that gives both the operator and content owner detailed visibility to optimize the end user experience.

The OneVantage solution places particular emphasis on flexibility and extensibility. This unique system design principle allows operators to deploy one infrastructure in support of a wide range of services and content, from live and on-demand streaming video to conventional HTML, thumbnail images, JavaScript and other small objects found on e-commerce and social networking websites.

"The introduction of the OneVantage solution builds upon Verivue's acquisition of CoBlitz in late 2010," said Jim Dolce, CEO of Verivue. "This powerful, extensible and fully integrated platform expands our served market beyond managed video networks to include "Over-The-Top" (OTT) video services and other rich interactive content".



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WESTFORD, Mass. -- Verivue today announced that TP Group has deployed Verivue's OneVantage Content Delivery Solution to build a nationwide Content Delivery Network (CDN) designed to deliver a broad range of content services to their subscriber base.

The new content service enhances TP's ability to deliver large-scale traffic volumes while reducing the overall cost of content delivery within its network and ensuring an optimal user experience. The Verivue CDN architecture will enable TP Group to capitalize on the growing demand for online content, delivering premium, high-quality content services to its subscriber.

Verivue's Operator CDN solution allows TP Group to quickly and easily deploy new CDN services without the time and expense associated with developing a custom solution. The initial CDN service rollout featured live streaming of several major events across Poland, capturing the largest online audiences in Polish history. TP Group is leveraging the same CDN infrastructure to offer scalable, low-cost delivery services to Poland's largest content providers.

"Leveraging Verivue's CDN infrastructure enables us to offer new and enhanced services to a wide base of customers hungry for premium content," said Wojciech Jabczynski, spokesperson for TP Group. "We expect our investment in Verivue to provide us with new revenue opportunities while at the same time maximizing the customer experience."

"Verivue is committed to working with innovative Service Providers like TP Group to take advantage of the opportunities presented by the exploding demand for online content," said Jim Dolce, CEO of Verivue, "We will continue to work to create compelling solutions that enable new business models supported by a CDN infrastructure and optimized for large-scale content delivery across multiple networks."

Verivue Inc.

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