Limelight Networks offers global CDN support for Flash Media Streaming Server 3

December 4, 2007

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TEMPE, Ariz. -- Limelight Networks(R) , the leading content delivery network (CDN) for digital media, today announced a streaming service beta program for Adobe(R) Flash(R) Media Streaming Server 3. The new service leverages the integration of Adobe Flash Media Streaming Server 3 into Limelight Networks' global, rich-media CDN. Select customers in the US can take advantage of this program to enable their Adobe Flash media content and bring the next generation of online experiences to consumers worldwide.

The new platform created by Limelight Networks to support Adobe Flash Media Streaming Server 3 will provide customers with enhanced features and capabilities including the ability to stream industry standard H.264 video and HE-AAC audio streaming for high quality Web video and encrypted streaming using RTMPE and SWF verification for improved content protection.

"As demand for online video grows, content developers want the most effective solutions to protect and stream their high quality media," said Bill Rusitzky, director of media alliances at Adobe. "Limelight Networks has a solid track record of integrating Flash streaming services into their network and we look forward to continuing the relationship with Adobe Flash Media Streaming Server 3."

Limelight Networks Inc. (Nasdaq: LLNW)

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