The Akamai of the East

Greenberg, Andy
October 2009
Forbes Asia;10/19/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 16, p26
The article presents information related to the Internet-based company ChinaCache. Internet content such as video and applications in data centers distributed around the country is offered by the company through content delivery network (CDN). According to analysts' estimates, 70% of the content delivery market in China is controlled by ChinaCache. Chief executive officer (CEO)Wang Song realized that his company could be repositioned as a paid-service supplement to his telecom customers.


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