Kontiki Adds to Blue Chip Customer List

By Ryan Ayers
Updated: March 08, 2011

Leading enterprise video solutions provider Kontiki reported record growth in 2010, a growing list of Fortune 1000 clients, and reflected on the anticipated surge in enterprise video solutions in the near future in a recent press release. Kontiki executives cite an increase in best-in-class companies that are turning to a reliable, “always on” video delivery and management utility for to fit their Unified Communications (UC) strategies.

Kontiki reported a 50% year over year revenue increase from 2009 to 2010 and credits this to their innovative SaaS-based Enterprise Content Delivery Network (ECDN). Continuing their momentum in 2010 with the addition of many Fortune 1000 companies, Kontiki is seeing a shift in enterprise communication that focuses on video as a means to more efficient collaboration and productivity.

A recent study showed that 81% of best-in-class organizations already have a commitment to business video applications and that 41% intended to begin creating social and collaborative video applications for employee use. It is anticipated that in the near future, video could comprise as much as two thirds of all network traffic in forward-thinking organizations.

Konitki provides an enterprise video delivery solution that is both cost effective and efficient, allowing businesses the benefits of a comprehensive video solution without having the enormous expense involved with creating an on-premise or proprietary network. Businesses are able to take advantage of leading-edge technology on a per-month or per-user basis without significant up-front costs.
 

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