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Multi CDN Strategy – NPAWering Online Video #11

What is a multi CDN strategy? Well, let’s say you are a video file trying to get to your destination – the user – on a busy road. This path may be a good way to get home, but it is slowed by horrible traffic. Fortunately, there are other roads which are not as full of traffic which can be used to get home. This is, essentially, the crux a multi CDN strategy – the ability to deliver content from point A to point B using multiple pathways to optimize the quality of the stream will improve financial performance and reduce risk.

Are you a video provider interested in harnessing the power to implement, or improve, your multi CDN strategy? Click here to schedule a meeting with one of NPAW’s Business Intelligence and Video Analytics Experts.

Just another thing to think about from us here at NPAW.

James Noeker on February 07th 2017

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