Posted by : Randy Cooper in (CDN)

Internap likely to enter India via Reliance Globalcom

US-based Internap Network Services Corporation, an internet solutions provider, is expected to start its operations in India through an alliance with Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group’s Reliance Globalcom. Internap intends to target the Indian enterprises with its Content and Application Delivery Network (CDN) services. According to Tier1 Research report, the estimated spend on these services in Asia Pacific is projected to grow to Rs 1,163 crore ($270 million) by 2010. According to sources, the duo are believed to be targeting a revenue of Rs 200 crore to Rs 250 crore a year. “Reliance Globalcom has about 850 corporate clients for enterprise solutions and with this alliance, the duo will target these existing clients in India ,” the source adds. The alliance will allow the duo to provide managed services and content delivery network services to add graphics, audio, streaming video and live events to internet applications.


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