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Ryan Lawler 12/5/2012 | 3:03:30 PM
re: Limelight Locks In Microsoft Limelight says it doesn't want to become a software business, but I wonder how many more licensing deals of this type we'll see in the future. With the cost of storage and transport continually going down, it might make more sense to license a CDN's technology and support staff than to continue paying it to actually serve the content.
Ryan Lawler 12/5/2012 | 3:03:30 PM
re: Limelight Locks In Microsoft Limelight says it doesn't want to become a software business, but I wonder how many more licensing deals of this type we'll see in the future. With the cost of storage and transport continually going down, it might make more sense to license a CDN's technology and support staff than to continue paying it to actually serve the content.
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