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Content Development Network Market Improving, But Latest Pricing Data Shows Challenges Still Lie Ahead



WHEN: Thursday, Oct. 29, 2009 at 3 p.m. ET
LOCATION: Online, with free registration
SPEAKER: Dan Rayburn, Principal Analyst, Frost & Sullivan

As video content delivery services face commoditization, providers are quickly evolving to move up the value chain and provide more video ecosystem pieces. But with change come challenges from carriers and the pricing pressure being exerted in the market. How can content development network (CDN) providers - carriers, standalones and combinations of the two - position themselves to succeed, as the CDN sector continues to evolve?

Frost & Sullivan’s Analyst Briefing will answer these questions and also review the current state of the CDN market, as well as provide the latest pricing data from a recently conducted survey of over 700 content owners.

This briefing will benefit anyone who is using a CDN for video delivery services, as well as CDN vendors, carriers, telcos and financial analysts who track the public companies in this sector.

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“From speaking with content owners and content delivery networks, it’s clear the CDN market will once again start showing signs of growth in the New Year. But even with that growth, CDN vendors still face difficult challenges from competitors and continued pricing pressure in the market. As the industry continues to consolidate, and carriers enter the market, vendors will continue to have to move up the stack,” notes Rayburn.

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