Delve Networks Selects EdgeCast Network's CDN

Delve Networks Selects EdgeCast Networks CDNDelve Networks, formerly Pluggd Inc., announced today that it has selected EdgeCast Network to provide its Content Delivery Network (CDN) services to support Delve's online video publishing platform.

"We've brought the most advanced online video publishing platform to market and in order to offer the best experience along with the technology, we need the ability to rapidly expand our capabilities as popularity increases," said Alex Castro, CEO of Delve Networks. "EdgeCast Networks' scalable and dedicated CDN gives us the ability to offer our platform to a worldwide audience with the speed, quality and reliability that online video consumers and publishers demand and, more important, expect."

Delve Networks recently launched its breakthrough online video publishing platform. With its innovative and accessible user interface, Delve's platform gives content publishers state-of-the-art tools to upload, manage and track the performance of their online video. Delve is the first video platform to offer semantic video web technology and HeatMap functionality, which enables users to navigate within a hosted video file to find the desired content.

"EdgeCast Networks' network is designed to seamlessly accommodate large online audiences and with user consumption for online video is growing at an exponential rate, we are well positioned to serve this market and scale up for its continued growth," said Philip Goldsmith, senior vice president, EdgeCast Networks. "We take great pleasure in facilitating the expansion of companies like Delve Networks and look forward to being able to provide our services to help continue its rapid market momentum."

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  • Ed Baron

    I have evaluated Edgecast and it's actually pretty bad. If you look at their Gomez reports they cheat on them and only use Nodes that they know run the fastest through their network. They are deceiving. Plus, I've heard lately that they are running out of money and are looking to sell. It makes sense.