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ATLANTIC-ACM Releases Inaugural CDN Provider Report Card.

BOSTON -- ATLANTIC-ACM today announced the general availability of its inaugural CDN Provider Report Card. This research, based on ratings from global CDN buyers, illustrates the growing opportunity surrounding content delivery to mobile devices, as evidenced by customers' expectations for future spending, as well as current product penetration rates.

"Access to content on mobile devices is driving providers to increasingly consider new methods for content delivery," said ATLANTIC-ACM analyst Douglas J. Barnett. "While just 15 percent of respondents for this study reported having already purchased mobile device delivery optimization (MDDO), 80 percent of respondents plan to purchase or increase spending on MDDO within the next year, signaling clear growth potential for CDN providers."

About the Study:

ATLANTIC-ACM's CDN Provider Report Card is the latest edition of the industry's chief survey-based research, detailing CDN providers' strengths and weaknesses based on their customers' opinions. In addition to scoring providers on operational, product quality and price competitiveness levels, the study examines customers' anticipations for increases and/or decreases in spend for the coming year. For more information, visit ATLANTIC-ACM's website at www.atlantic-acm.com, or contact ATLANTIC-ACM at (617) 720-3700.

About ATLANTIC-ACM:

Boston-based ATLANTIC-ACM is a leading provider of strategic research and consulting services for the telecommunications and information industries. In addition to producing the industry's principal benchmarking, sizing and opportunity studies, the company assists clients in evaluating telecommunications opportunities for successful investment, market entry, and long-term planning.
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