|Description||Accelerating large media delivery|
|Series B, 5/2006 |
|Series A, 1/2007 ||$4M|
Pando Networks (www.pandonetworks.com) improves the delivery performance of online media assets. Pando accelerates content delivery, increases download completion and provides detailed performance data. Pando technology currently accelerates the delivery of more than 200 million media downloads around the world each year. Pando is funded by Intel Capital, BRM Capital and Wheatley Partners.
This video was originally published on Beet.TVAdded: 8/6/08
|Launch Date||May 1, 2006|
Pando is the Internet’s leading personal P2P application with over 8 million users worldwide in only its first year of general availability. Pando makes sending, posting and downloading large media files fast, easy and fun. The free 3Mb app, which enables users to easily share 1GB files via email, IM and the Web, includes plug-ins for Hotmail, Yahoo Mail, AOL Mail, GMail, Outlook, Skype, Yahoo Messenger, IE and Firefox. Users can also subscribe to HD Internet TV shows and share their favorite episodes with friends.
|Launch Date||January 1, 2008|
Pando Publisher is a web-based media console and peer-assisted content delivery service that enables commercial content owners and media companies to publish, distribute, track and monetize full-screen HD-quality video, with unlimited audiences, at radically reduced delivery costs. P2P Streaming, download and RSS delivery methods are supported. Pando Publisher works with existing CDN Web servers, without any configuration or additional software/hardware to intelligently offload peak bandwidth from the web server to the peer cloud. In-effect Pando turns any standard web server into a P2P supernode. This means that publishers can accelerate their web-based media files that they’ve already published to their CDN and save money on bandwidth costs, not to mention ensure they’ll never pay overage charges again. A Pando Publisher API is available for CDNs, CMS and online video publishing providers to integrate Pando Publisher web services and reporting into their existing media consoles.