RawFlow Launches iCDN

RawFlow announces the world's first global CDN dedicated to live Internet broadcasting

November 20, 2007

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LONDON -- RawFlow, a leader in the provision of live peer-to-peer (P2P) internet streaming technology, today announced the launch of its new managed live streaming service, iCDN.

Rawflow's iCDN combines the global reach and high performance of a global content delivery network with the scalability and efficiency of state of the art P2P technology, the first of its kind dedicated to live streaming, delivering content.

Designed to cope with conditions specific to live streaming such as peak traffic volumes and network congestion, iCDN delivers more consistent, reliable and higher quality live streaming to customers at a fraction of the cost of traditional unicast networks, meaning significantly lower tariffs for broadcasters.

Mikkel Dissing, President of RawFlow comments: “Our unique P2P streaming technology ensures reliability, scalability and unequivocal value for money. We have no minimum monthly commitments, no hidden charges for flash crowds or peak usage. It's one simple price from as low as €0.15 per Gbyte making it possible for anyone to broadcast live on any budget”.


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