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Streamroot and Itochu improve video delivery in Japan

Streamroot partners with Itochu Cable Systems to bring distributed OTT delivery technology to Japanese broadcasters

PRESS RELEASE, New York, September 5th, 2018 Itochu Cable Systems (“ICS”), the leading Japanese broadcast and video technology integrator, and Streamroot, the provider of the world’s most extensive distributed delivery network for OTT video, announced today a strategic partnership for …

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DNA 2.4

August Feature Release: DNA 2.4 – bringing more players into play with optimized offload efficiency

Here at Streamroot we always push for more. While our serverless CDN solution delivered up to 1.26 Tbps during World Cup 2018 (that’s 5% of Akamai’s peak traffic), we’re  striving to reach new heights every day. We’re therefore excited to …

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Streamroot DNA 2.0

Streamroot DNA™ 2.0: next gen flexibility & control, now easier & faster than ever

Compatible with the most extensive range of devices and players on the market, Streamroot’s Distributed Network Architecture provides the largest peer-to-peer delivery network available today. Our patented technology allows you to exponentially increase your video delivery capacity and scale profitably …

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1+1 chooses Streamroot to boost its video delivery

1+1 Media Group chooses Streamroot to scale its live and catch-up television offering

Press Release, March 5, 2018 Streamroot, the leading provider of distributed delivery for OTT video, announced today that the Ukrainian media conglomerate 1+1 Media Group has selected Streamroot’s patented technology to power its national and global video delivery operations. 1+1 …

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