IndianÂ conglomerate Tata has launched a content delivery network (CDN) less than two months after Anil Ambani’s Reliance ADAG announced its CDN plans.
Tata Communications has debuted a global content delivery network service powered by U.S. company BitGravity.
A content delivery network enables businesses to offer end users on the Internet high quality content and streaming videos that play instantly without delay or buffering.
Tata Communications has also invested $11.5 million in convertible debt in BitGravity.
In July, Anil Ambaniâ€™s Reliance Globalcom (a division of Reliance Communications) announced plans to roll out a content delivery network (CDN) services in India and partnered with a U.S. company Internap Network Services for the technology.
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