Current Analysis has released its updated assessment of major On Demand Video Server (ODVS) products, which finds Cisco taking the highest rank, followed by Concurrent and Edgeware.??

"The competitive intensity is shifting to provide flexibility for supporting the myriad of features and business models for multi-screen video delivery," said Yoav Schreiber, senior analyst for Digital Media Infrastructure at Current Analysis, in a statement. "For instance, by dedicating processing power to support file and live transcoding capabilities, ODVS vendors are enabling service providers to stream on-demand video content to PCs and mobile devices from network edge deployments."

Rankings for the ODVS Product Assessments are based on five key buying criteria driven by demand and supply side factors. The criteria include: scalability, reliability, functionality, green design and market traction.?

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