Limelight Networks (Nasdaq:LLNW), a global leader in digital content delivery, today announced that LiveExercise, the leading provider of online video at home workouts, has selected Limelight OrchestrateTM (“Orchestrate”) Video to power their online video content.
LiveExercise is an online health and fitness destination dedicated to making healthy living affordable and accessible for all body types, ages, income levels and locations. Filming more than 30 hours of new content a week, LiveExercise is connecting live with their global audience. LiveExercise needed to deliver live video workouts and on-demand video workouts to subscribers across the world with consistency and high performance. Orchestrate Video allows the company to upload and transform new videos, add metadata and analyze viewer behavior – across a variety of formats and devices faster and more easily than ever before.
“Video content is critical to LiveExercise,” said Antony McGregor Dey, CMO at LiveExercise. “We looked at a number of different video platforms, and Limelight stood out because it was the only solution that met all of our needs. It gave us the speed to market, video quality and flexibility that we needed to publish content from anywhere. Prior to Limelight, it would take us up to an hour to get the video online; now it takes about ten minutes. As great as Limelight Orchestrate Video is, what really stood out was our interaction with Limelight as a company, from sales to support. The single best enterprise customer service I’ve ever received is from Limelight Networks. They are amazing.”
Kirby Wadsworth, CMO at Limelight, said, “Delivering an awesome video experience is critical to engaging online audiences, especially for a company like LiveExercise that relies on strong relationships with consumers to drive its business. We’re proud to be working together with LiveExercise to deliver effective live and on demand video workouts and to help LiveExercise deliver on its mission to improve lives across the world.”
Kitchell, DAVIS and Banner Health captured top honors Thursday night as Arizona Commercial Real Estate Magazine held the 7th Annual, 2012 RED Awards (Real Estate and Development) to recognize the biggest, best and most notable commercial real estate projects and transactions of 2011.
The event drew more than 400 CRE professionals to the Arizona Biltmore as winners and honorable mentions were selected from a record 116 nominations received in 12 project categories and individual and team broker categories.
Education: NAU Health & Learning Center; Healthcare: Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center; Hospitality: Casino Del Sol Hotel Convention Center and Parking Structure Expansion; Industrial: Crescent Crown Distribution; Most Challenging: Arizona Science Center Phase III Remodification; Multi-Family: Phoenix Towers Terrace; Office: UniSource Energy Corporate Office; Public: Maricopa County Downtown Court Tower; Redevelopment: The Q Building at Paradise Valley Community College; Retail: American Sports Complex-Retail Center; Most Sustainable: Phoenix Children’s Hospital; and Tenant Improvement: Gap Fulfillment Center.
On March 1, AZRE hosted the 7th Annual RED Awards reception at the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix to recognize the most notable commercial real estate projects of 2011 and the construction teams involved. AZRE held an open call for nominations and a record 116 projects were submitted by architects, contractors, developers and brokerage firms in Arizona. This year, the winner for Best Tenant Improvement Project was Limelight Networks.
Best Tenant Improvement Project
Developer: Vulcan Real Estate Contractor: Layton Construction Architect: DAVIS Broker: Ross Brown Partners Size: 57,300 SF Location: 222 S. Mill Ave., Tempe Completed: July, 2011
Limelight Networks is a high-tech company that combined several locations into one main facility. As the first tenant in Tempe Gateway, the Limelight team expanded its project to provide for a 24/7 Network Operation Center and 150 SF of office space for each employee. DAVIS and Layton Construction incorporated updated technology and improved floor layouts. The project team observed sustainability techniques such as Greenguard and CRI Green Label Plus Certifications. The carpeted area is 37% reused content and the ceilings contain 85% recycled material. Motion sensors and water conservation were also implemented to promote the value of energy efficiency and progress of Limelight’s tenant improvement.