Cisco Enterprise Content Delivery System (ECDS)

The Cisco Enterprise Content Delivery System is a predictable, scalable, and versatile solution that helps organizations optimize video distribution over their existing WAN infrastructure. As a core component of the Cisco medianet architecture, the Cisco Enterprise Content Delivery System integrates into your existing network. When deployed with Cisco Wide Area Application Services, it provides a complete WAN optimization solution for data and video.

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