Report: Video CDN prices likely to decline 25% in 2010

The cost of delivering video across content delivery networks is still dropping, but the decline has slowed from its 40-45% tumble in 2009 and likely will finish the year off 20-25 percent, according to a blog post from Frost & Sullivan analyst Dan Rayburn.

"At the same time, content owners I spoke to have some realistic expectations of growing traffic 40 percent to 50 percent this year which means for the first time in five to six quarters, the CDN vendors in this space have a real good shot at improving their margins," he wrote.

For more:
- see this report

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