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EdgeCast Networks Partners With ClickStream TV to Offer No-Commitment Content Delivery Services Partnership Brings CDN Within Reach for Even the Smallest Businesses – CNBC


edgecast_logo SANTA MONICA, Calif., Mar 24, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) — EdgeCast Networks, the superior, cost-effective rich media content delivery network (CDN), and ClickStreamTV, a platform for businesses to deliver video quickly and easily, today announced that ClickStreamTV will offer EdgeCast-powered content delivery services with no commitment.

EdgeCast, with sixteen global points of presence, will power ClickStreamTV’s new self-provisioning content delivery services. The EdgeCast network now interconnects with more than 850 user networks around the world, making EdgeCast one of the world’s best-connected and fastest CDNs, and providing an ideal foundation for very fast delivery of online video.

"Enabling ClickStreamTV’s pay-as-you-go CDN service is exciting for us, because it enables us to help smaller businesses we might otherwise miss," said James Segil, co-founder and president of EdgeCast Networks. "ClickStream’s easy interface and their ability to help the non-technical person speed up their video delivery is a win-win equation that we’re proud to be a part of." ClickStreamTV offers a platform-neutral video delivery service that enables even the least technical business owners to bring video online for prospects and customers. Customers ranging from sports promoters to legal educators have used the ClickStreamTV platform to stream video of product demos, entertainment, and live sports events. Business owners can stream content without charging viewers (such as with pre-sales demos) or they can offer content on a pay-per-view basis using ClickStreamTV’s CMS and payment technologies.

"Our customers realize the power of online video, but internet congestion is unpredictable, especially when there’s no way to know what part of the world your next viewer will be coming from," said Kevin Yahl, founder and CEO of ClickStreamTV. "Opening up the EdgeCast network to these customers will solve the vast majority of their streaming and delivery problems." Congestion on the public internet has been growing considerably in recent years, driven in large part by the explosion of online video and user generated content. This poses significant problems for publishers because it impedes video performance, often considerably. By delivering online video from servers closest to the end user, these issues are minimized or eliminated, ensuring a quality experience for users regardless of their location. This new service from ClickStreamTV enables small businesses to leverage a global content delivery service without making any bandwidth or spending commitments.

The ClickStreamTV service is available immediately.

About EdgeCast Networks, Inc.

EdgeCast offers a superior, cost-effective global content delivery service that gives our customers and partners competitive advantage in the delivery of digital media. Our world-class content delivery platform provides customers the cost benefits and flexibility of controlling their own content delivery network while freeing them from capital investments and operational hassles. To learn more, visit:

About ClickStreamTV ClickStreamTV is an easy online video solution for companies that want to upload, manage and integrate video content into existing websites that can be viewed by computers and mobile devices alike. ClickStreamTV is a product of Digital One Internet Service Inc., located in Orland Park, IL. To learn more, visit:

SOURCE: EdgeCast Networks CONTACT: For EdgeCast Networks Anthony Citrano, 310-396-7400 x7255 Copyright Business Wire 2010 -0- KEYWORD: United States

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EdgeCast Networks Partners With ClickStream TV to Offer No-Commitment Content Delivery Services Partnership Brings CDN Within Reach for Even the Smallest Businesses – CNBC

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