PeerApp to Address Operator CDN Trends at CDN Asia 2012

Newton, Massachusetts; January 31, 2012 – PeerApp, the leading provider of transparent internet caching and content delivery platforms, will address the business case, challenges, and economics of transparent caching within operator content delivery networks at CDN Asia 2012, taking place at the Eaton Hotel, Hong Kong, February 7-8, 2012.

On Tuesday February 7 at 4:50 PM James Ryan, PeerApp senior vice president and general manager, will participate in the panel session “Monetising CDN Services” moderated by Tony Brown, senior analyst, Informa Telecoms and Media. This session will examine the benefits and challenges of operator CDNs, and the role of transparent caching in the operator CDN value proposition. Mr. Ryan will share his perspectives gained from the collective experiences of PeerApp’s operator customers in Asia and around the world.

PeerApp will also host a stand in the main exhibit hall where executives will be available throughout the event to answer questions about the company’s UltraBand transparent Internet caching platform and its role in operators’ content delivery strategies. Attendees wishing to meet with PeerApp representatives can send details to meetingrequests@peerapp.com.

Further information on CDN Asia 2012 is available at www.cdnworldsummitasia.com.

About PeerApp Ltd.
PeerApp is the leading infrastructure provider of transparent Internet caching and content delivery platforms, enabling network operators to control rich media content, improve network efficiency, enhance subscribers’ quality of experience, and offer new Internet content services. More than 200 operators in over 60 countries have deployed PeerApp systems. PeerApp was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Newton, Massachusetts, USA. For more information, visit www.peerapp.com.

Media contact
PeerApp Ltd.
Josh Adelson, Director of Marketing
+1 (617) 795-0977
media@peerapp.com

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