Enterprise content delivery networks, or eCDNs, are integral to a comprehensive enterprise video strategy. eCDNs optimize video distribution behind the corporate firewall, eliminating network bandwidth and latency challenges while ensuring high-quality end-user experiences.
Vbrick and Ramp are two of the more well-known eCDN providers. They offer multiple video distribution modalities to support various network configurations, giving customers flexible options to meet any enterprise use case.
Vbrick provides an end-to-end, cloud-native solution that removes operational, performance, security and integration barriers to adoption. Brands rely on Vbrick’s unified streaming, video-on-demand and content management capabilities to transform their organizations at scale.
Ramp securely delivers live and video on-demand with bandwidth savings of up to 99.9% across the corporate network.
Organizations now have access to offerings from both as Ramp is part of Vbrick through a recent acquisition. IT teams need to be better prepared with a network that can handle spikes in video traffic to support remote and hybrid workers. Ramp and Vbrick’s combined eCDN technologies create a solution that delivers live and on-demand video needed to handle video traffic spikes.
“Together with Vbrick’s native peer-to-peer solution, this is a winning combination that will advance our ongoing commitment to building a better hybrid workplace for a new era of video streaming at scale,” said Paul Sparta, chairman and CEO of Vbrick.
Neal Stanton, co-CEO and CRO at Ramp agrees with Sparta saying that the acquisition is a big step in “Ramp’s mission to provide the most effective and secure video delivery.”
Customer and partner success is a top priority throughout this transition. Vbrick fully supports existing Ramp customers and Ramp-certified partners in addition to Ramp eCDN technology as both move to unify into a single eCDN platform.
Edited by Alex Passett