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Video Streaming Service Provider PurpleStream Partners with the SwiftServe CDN Federation


PurpleStream will offer services based on South-East Asia’s fastest growing content delivery network

Cambridge, UK and Singapore, 11 July 2013– SwiftServe (, the content delivery specialist, announced today that Singapore-headquartered PurpleStream is partnering with SwiftServe to deliver high-definition and high-quality video content in real time to any internet-enabled device in any territory over a limited bandwidth, and in a cost-effective way.

PurpleStream is a rapidly growing multinational provider of complete services packages for streaming live-TV, live-events and on-demand videos. The company’s customers include TV broadcasters, channel content aggregators and OTT (over-the-top) providers. PurpleStream will offer SwiftServe CDN as a service to their customers, to deliver the best possible viewing experience for consumers of the video streams.

“Viewlocity, as we call it, is all about providing video content fast to end-users”, explains Mr Karthik Subramanian, Founder and CEO of PurpleStream. “We have the technology to process videos extremely quickly, we needed the means to deliver them fast to end-user devices, particularly in Asia where the network conditions are very variable. That’s why we chose to work with SwiftServe and its CDN federation telco partners.”

“Video content is experiencing an explosive growth in Asia”, says CEO Cheong Kong Wai, SwiftServe’s CEO. “PurpleStream and SwiftServe and its partners have very complementary offerings, so working together to deliver a better video experience makes eminent sense.”


About PurpleStream

Singapore-headquartered PurpleStream ( is a fast-growing multinational technology solutions provider poised to be the leading company in video content delivery. Leveraging on Adaptive Bit-Rate Optimisation with Single Source Multi Device (SSMD) Technology. Purplestream’s paradigm-shifting technology ensures seamless delivery of live streaming, live conferencing, and Video on Demand for a fast-growing clientele consisting of TV broadcasters, channel content aggregators and OTT providers.