Carriers, OTT providers, network operators and even large enterprises are increasingly interested in offering their own CDN and other value-added services. On Monday May 14th, the Content Delivery Summit kicks off in NYC with discussions and presentations from telcos, MSOs, ISPs and content delivery networks and suppliers about the infrastructure of content acceleration.
Some of the sessions will feature executives from Akamai (AKAM), Limelight Networks (LLNW) and EdgeCast, as well as customers, presenting their latest managed and licensed CDN deployments.
- Why a Managed-CDN Offering was Compelling for Bell Canada: For many, the reduction of costs, expansion of service offerings, and generation of additional revenue streams are compelling value propositions to building your own CDN. Gain invaluable insight from Bell Canada on the challenges of entering the CDN market, best practices on doing so successfully, and why a Managed-CDN approach may be best for you. Presenters: (Robert Kevork, Associate Director, Marketing, Content Delivery Network, Bell Canada), (Simon Drinkwater, Director of Market Development, Limelight Deploy)
- How Pacnet Is Accelerating Content Delivery in Asia: Asia hosts one of the fastest growing Internet populations in the world, and one that is consuming and producing an increasing amount of digital content. This presentation will discuss the key trends in this market and share Pacnet's strategy to accelerate content delivery across this diverse region through deployment of CDN technology. They will also focus on the need for a true OpenCDN federation in which members operate in the geographies in which they are strong and can rely on partners with similar strengths in other regions to offer a powerful and consistent global service to customers. Presenter: (Jon Vestal, VP, CDN Products, Pacnet)
- Utilizing a Converged Operator CDN Platform for Next Generation Video-on-Demand: This presentation will look at how one cable company utilized a single operator CDN platform to deliver their VOD library to their own IP-enabled set top boxes, as well as extend that content to other IP devices including, PCs, game consoles, tablets, and smart phones, both on and off their network. The presentation will cover the way network operators and MSOs think about delivering video to their subscribers and how a managed CDN platform can also be utilized to better manage the experience for traditional over-the-top (OTT) video services. Presenter: (Frank Childs, Director of Product Marketing, Networks Division)
Attendees will have the chance to see a brief overview from each company as well get their questions answered during the Q&A portion of the event and afterwards, do one-on-one meetings.
It's not too late to get a pass for the event and you can use the special registration code of DRF01 and get access to the keynotes, all of the sessions, presentations and networking events for only $295. Register here and put the code DRF01 in the box at the bottom. Twitter hash tag #cdnsummit