Perey, Christine
December 2000
Network World;12/04/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 49, p64
Trade Publication
Determines the best streaming media provider based on the live event services on three sources of data. Network performance; Analysis of proposals submitted by the participants; First-hand experience of working with the participants to plan and produce a complete live event; Scores garnered by Activate, iBeam, Yahoo Broadcast and Digital Island. INSETS: WARNING!;Next race.;What about Akamai?, by Keith Shaw and Christine Perey.;Race ground rules.


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