03.27.2007 08:00 AM
Digital Fountain to preview streaming content deliver network solution

At NAB2007, Digital Fountain will show a new content delivery network (CDN) for streaming video, which significantly improves the way people watch video over the Internet.

This new CDN provides an immediate full-screen, TV-quality experience, eliminating many of the problems associated with CDNs, such as poor video quality, small picture size, slow loading and frequent buffering.

Digital Fountain is partnering with content providers and ISPs to engage them as active, vested participants in the new CDN. The new solution, which will enter trials this fall, leverages several Digital Fountain technologies, including DF Raptor technology and DF ToughStream.

The company will demonstrate this new solution to select content providers and ISPs in Las Vegas during the trade show.

For more information, visit: www.digitalfountain.com.



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