Delivers Major Upgrade to its Network With the Launch of Velocix 2.0 and
the Introduction of a Family of Solutions Focused on Video Streaming.
Solutions Provide Both On-Demand and Live Streaming Delivery Services.
Adobe's Announced Support for H.264 HD Quality Video, Combined With
Velocix Flash Streaming Will Enable Broadcast Quality Video Experience
Over the Web.
SAN FRANCISCO and CAMBRIDGE, England, Sept. 6 /CNW/ - CacheLogic,
provider of the world's leading Digital Asset Delivery Network, a new
generation of CDN (Content Delivery Network) services designed to meet the
rich media needs of the 21st century Internet, today announced the addition of
Adobe(R) Flash(R) streaming services to its Velocix Video product family.
Velocix Flash Streaming provides both live and on-demand delivery of
multimedia content from a series of globally deployed Adobe Flash Media
Servers integrated within the Velocix Network.
With the release of Velocix Video - Flash Streaming, CacheLogic also
announces its partnership with Adobe as a Flash Video Steaming Services (FVSS)
Changing the Economics of Flash Delivery with Highest Quality of Service
The Velocix Network is optimised for the demands of delivering live and
on-demand multimedia and video assets to vast global audiences. For each
viewer request, the choice of Adobe Flash Media Server to stream content is
made dynamically based on traffic conditions, viewer location and bandwidth
economics. This ensures the most cost effective delivery and highest quality
viewer experience available on the market. In addition, Velocix provides
advanced real time reporting of viewer demographics by country (and State for
the US), Geo-blocking capabilities and token based authentication, enabling
high quality pay-per-view services to be deployed.
Velocix Video - Flash Streaming was used for live video broadcast of this
year's Singapore National Day Parade celebrations on the 9th August, marking
42 years of independence. The live Internet broadcast drew a large global
audience on the day and the on-demand availability of a streamed recording has
proven extremely popular both at home and with the large community of
Singaporeans now living abroad.
"The use of Flash as a solution for distribution of video and media has
grown rapidly and Adobe's recently announced support for the H.264 video
standard takes this a step further by enabling an HD television quality
experience over the Internet." said Phill Robinson, Chief Executive Officer at
CacheLogic. "Adding Flash Streaming continues our commitment to extend Velocix
capabilities to support all leading digital asset delivery methods. We look
forward to working closely with Adobe as we continue to further extend the
"The Velocix network from CacheLogic provides a reliable and highly
scalable solution for delivering both on-demand and live streaming solutions
to a worldwide audience, said Scott Wellwood, senior business development
manager for Dynamic Media at Adobe. "We are delighted to welcome CacheLogic to
the Adobe Flash Streaming Services program and look forward to working
together to offer viewers the best possible web video experience."
CacheLogic (http://www.cachelogic.com) provides Velocix - the world's
leading Digital Asset Delivery Network, a new generation CDN (Content Delivery
Network) designed to meet the rich media needs of the 21st century Internet.
With its innovative network and service offerings and groundbreaking
asset-based business model, CacheLogic has revolutionized both the 'mechanics'
and economics of content delivery, enabling the Internet to become the
preferred delivery mechanism for large digital assets.
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