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Why you need a Private Delivery Network

If you’re committed to delivering broadcast-quality video streaming to your audience, you need a dedicated service!

In an age when users expect on-demand, live, broadcast-quality video over the internet – with no tolerance for loading times or buffering –  relying on outdated legacy content delivery systems simply won’t cut it.

What’s needed?

A highly scalable service that provides full visibility and control over the entire streaming workflow, powered by a delivery network built specifically to handle the demands of video and to provide millions users with the highest Quality of Experience.


MainStreaming’s service differs from a traditional Content Delivery Network (CDN) because it’s optimized for video. Making use its intelligent, proprietary technology: the intelligent Media Delivery Platform (iMDP). It manages the entire video streaming workflow, from the point of ingest to the delivery to viewers. In addition, it grants content owners a private network  solution that proactively routes data through Public, Private, and Hybrid network structures to avoid network congestion and streaming issues.


What results is a streaming service that:

  • Simplifies and automates the entire streaming process;
  • Facilitates full visibility and governance, ensuring exceptional levels of reliability, resiliency and security;
  • Reduces operational costs due to technology scalability, full flexibility and lower energy consumption.

The net result?

A far superior Quality of Experience for your audience.

Lower Issues + Improved Reputation + Reduction in Customer Churn


Significant Bottom Line Benefits


So, if you’re dedicated to providing the best Quality of Experience possible to your customer base, why not find out about how MainStreaming’s iMDP can support your streaming service?

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