Verizon will unify delivery of digital content across platforms

04/11/2011 | Computerworld

Verizon today announced that it will start a digital media utility service in July designed to automate the delivery of on-demand content on smartphones, tablets and TV sets, a move aimed at helping content creators, including advertisers. Verizon will transmit content through its global IP network as well as a pair of new data centers. Verizon Digital Media Services President David Rips said the move would provide "enormous economics of scale and true unicast [media] streams to any device, on any platform, at any time that consumers want it, on demand."

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