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- Microsoft & Limelight Rumor: Understanding Limelight's Offerings
- Apple Dropping Akamai in Favor of Google? I Don't Buy It
- Level 3 Patent Filing Against Limelight CDN Won't Stop Potential Customers
- Video CDN Market Size Could Grow To $800 Million In 2008
- AT&T's Threat to Akamai Overblown
- VeriSign Expected To Sell Their CDN Business, Question is To Who?
- Adobe Lowers License Fee, Increases Widespread CDN Adoption
- Decline In Q4 CDN Pricing Due To Startups
Akamai's New P2P Delivery Service May Be Onto Something
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- Pricing Pressure On Akamai and Limelight Overblown By Analysts
- Will Akamai Announce a New P2P Delivery Service Next Week?
- New Radiohead Album Delivered By Level 3's CDN
- Level 3 Misquoted by Light Reading on Pricing Discounts
- Akamai, Limelight: Understanding Content Delivery Overages
- Adobe Expected To Lower Cost of Flash Media Server
- TiVo: Can It Survive?
- Five Technical Issues Hampering Online Video Growth
- Level 3's New CDN Offering Will Undercut The Market
- Analysts Miss The Big Picture on Microsoft/Limelight Deal
- On2's Take On Adobe's Flash Video H.264 Announcement
- Internap Finishing Up VitalStream Integration
- What the CDNs Are Actually Charging For Delivery
- CDN Market Share Numbers Are Not Accurate!
- Internap is Not the Next Akamai
- Despite Akamai's Tumble, the CDN Industry Is Still Strong
- Why MSNBC.com Needs To Dump MSN's Video Platform
- Google Sees Bright Future For Television
- Level 3 Acquires Servecast To Accelerate Online Video Offering
- MSN Releases Typically Vague Traffic Numbers For LiveEarth Webcast
- Google's YouTube Equals 10% Of Internet Traffic? I Think Not
- CDN Pricing Up Slightly This Year, Trend Not Expected to Continue
- Microsoft's Silverlight Platform: Taking Out the Cost Factor