Tata joins CDN race with BitGravity deal

India's Tata Communications has engaged in a strategic partnership with BitGravity, a fairly new firm in the increasingly active content delivery network sector. Tata has deployed BitGravity's CDN architecture, and will resell its CDN services. The service provider arrives in the CDN sector as carriers such as Level 3 Communications and AT&T are beginning to challenge the incumbency of firms like Akamai Technologies and Limelight Networks.

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