Concurrent CDN Gear Links Up With ATIS Standard

Concurrent introduces support for ATIS IIF specifications on MediaHawk VX unified CDN products

August 1, 2012

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ATLANTA -- Concurrent (NASDAQ: CCUR), a global leader in video and media data solutions, announced that they have implemented support for the ATIS IPTV Interoperability Forum (IIF) interface specifications for content delivery networks on their MediaHawk Unified CDN products.

Concurrent's MediaHawkTM VX unified content delivery solution consists of software modules that can support origin, intermediate caching, and edge streaming functions for traditional and Internet-based video services. Modules may be used together to form a complete end-to-end CDN or individually as part of a best-of-breed content delivery ecosystem. The ATIS IIF specifications provide an open standards framework for integrating CDN solution components from multiple vendors, enabling operators to select the technologies that best suit their respective applications.

"Concurrent's philosophy is to build open solutions that work in any environment," said Erik Weston, Director of Product Line Management for Concurrent. "Implementing the ATIS interface standards enables new customers to take advantage of our CDN technology by integrating our products with other third-party systems that are already in place. The ATIS specifications provide a well-defined structure for communicating between CDN system components, making it ideal for large multi-vendor implementations."

Concurrent Computer Corp. (Nasdaq: CCUR)

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