Delve Partners With Akamai

Seattle-based video management and media platform company Delve Networks announced in a press release today that it is partnering with Cambridge, MA-based digital media content distributor Akamai to provide a new online video platform. Akamai, which also has an ofice in Bellevue, WA, will combine its media delivery service with Delve’s video platform, so customers can publish videos online and distribute them to any digital media player, including mobile devices. The release calls the resulting program a real alternative to Brightcove, and one that isn’t limited to the Adobe system.

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One response to “Delve Partners With Akamai”

  1. Jason says:

    Good for the folks at Delve. Alex is extremely bright and has incredible integrity.

    Although I hear he has a very high bar, he treats employees well.

    Delve actually covers 100% of employee health insurance and includes dependents. I don’t know any other start-up that does that in town. Heck, other than the mighty MSFT, I don’t think any company does that anymore. With the ways things are going in Redmond, that might not be the case for much longer.