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IBC 2010: Eliminating the “Grumpiness Triangle”

September 11, 2010 - 0 Comments

Content Delivery networks have been around for awhile now and are used in an outsourced overlay fashion by many providers around the world. But video, as we say, changes everything. Now this approach is being rethought – not in that it would be pursued, but are the content delivery capabilities being pursued far enough?

BT thinks not and is the first major provider to roll out an innovative new service called, Content Connect, in which Cisco is honored to play a role to help enable BT to bring this to market later this year. The benefits of this innovative deployment, one of many in a long string of network “firsts,” was described as “eliminating the Grumpiness Triangle” and that phrase alone, not to mention the ground-breaking service itself, was simply too much for Doug Webster, SP360’s roving blogger on the floor of IBC, to pass up commenting on.

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