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Vodafone Selects Edgeware for FTTH Video Delivery in the Netherlands

Edgeware's D-VDN Solution Enabled Vodafone NL to Rapidly Deploy Video on Demand and Catch-Up TV Over Its High-Speed Fiber Network

LOS ANGELES, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/30/14 -- The Cable Show Booth 1304 - Edgeware, the technology leader in distributed video delivery, today announced that Vodafone NL has deployed Edgeware´s Distributed Video Delivery Networks (D-VDN) Solution to deliver the Vodafone Thuis service to its Dutch fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) subscribers.

"Edgeware's highly scalable D-VDN Solution enabled us to rapidly deploy advanced video services over our high speed fiber network," said Ruud van den Oosterkamp, IPTV project lead at Vodafone Netherlands.

"We are excited to be part of Vodafone's innovative multi-service delivery platform which we see as one of the first examples of an emerging trend with mobile operators moving into the video delivery space," said Joachim Roos, CEO and founder of Edgeware. "With our unified video delivery solution we are well positioned to provide the scalability and quality of experience needed for mobile communication providers like Vodafone to deploy successful next-generation video services over converged networks."

The Edgeware D-VDN enabled the launch of the Thuis service over Vodafone´s own fiber network following the acquisition of Dutch FTTH provider Wiericke last year. The service was deployed within less than six months and offers three all-in-one packages including high speed internet (50, 100 or 500 MB), phone calls, an extensive Video on Demand library including movies and series, as well as 53 digital TV channels with a 10 day catch up library from public broadcasters and channels.

The Edgeware Distributed Video Delivery Network (D-VDN) is a highly optimized IP video delivery solution that enables operators to quickly implement and scale a full range of services with true pay-TV quality to all devices. The fully consolidated caching, recording and delivery network provides highly efficient network recording for on-demand TV services such as catch-up TV and Cloud DVR.

Meet Edgeware at the Cable Show in Los Angeles. Visit Edgeware at booth 1304.

About Vodafone Netherlands

Vodafone Netherlands is part of the Vodafone Group, one of the world's largest mobile Telecom operators with 419 million customers, and is ranked the second largest Mobile operator in the Netherlands with 5.3 million customers. Vodafone has headquarters in Amsterdam and Maastricht, and offices in Eindhoven, Capelle aan den IJssel and Bodegraven. Vodafone currently is participating in equity capital in over 30 countries across five continents and approximately 50 partner networks worldwide. For more information, go to www.vodafone.nl and www.vodafone.com.

About Edgeware

Edgeware is the technology leader in distributed video delivery networks, designed to allow operators to monetize video services such as video on demand (VOD), time shift TV and network Personal Video Recorder (nPVR), as well as offering wholesale Content Delivery Networking (CDN) management services. Edgeware provides the video delivery systems needed to offer video services across managed and unmanaged networks, with the ability to reach any screen, at any time, with any content. Edgeware is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, with a U.S. office in Boxborough, Massachusetts.

For further information, please visit www.edgeware.tv.

Shannon Pualk
VisiTech PR
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EW@VisiTechPR.com

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