"While most competitors speak to the vision of consolidating various operator CDNs for their disparate content services and networks, few are able to deliver a unified architectural approach. Verivue's OneVantage offers an integrated and flexible platform capable of supporting a wide range of content and services, such as live and VoD streaming, HTTP adaptive streaming, as well as whole site delivery to support applications such as e-commerce, as well as cloud acceleration for IaaS capabilities."
"The relationship between content delivery, service-layer technology, and the cloud is highly symbiotic because that's the only way for providers to build reusable assets in monetizing new opportunities. Verivue offers a vision of content delivery that's both componentized for service layer integration and virtualized for compatibility with cloud infrastructure. That makes them a critical resource in a critical market space."
"Content delivery forms a key battleground in telecommunications and the rapidly shifting landscape means that service providers need to fully understand the competition and the opportunities," said Dr. Ray Mota, Managing Partner, ACG Research. "Content delivery networks play a vital role in enabling network operators to leverage this fast growing market opportunity cost effectively. Verivue clearly understands the market issues and with the company's solutions address the breadth of applications, including video, which must be distributed effectively to content-hungry customers."
"Video content costs money to produce, to distribute and to consume. Yet even with those costs, many seem hell-bent on the idea that business models can somehow survive based on the consumption of free video content supported solely by an ad model. Service Providers have to leverage CDN technologies to provide a better user experience, while cutting distribution costs and targeting new revenue opportunities for over-the-top video. Any platform that enables service providers to offer a better QoS while enabling other revenue opportunities for video has a good chance at being adopted in the market."