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Optaros, an ecommerce solution provider, today announced the OCentric ecommerce SaaS, leveraging Amazon Web Services LLC (AWS). OCentric provides the simplicity of SaaS with the flexibility of open source. Leveraging the scale economies of Amazon's cloud, OCentric provides unique client solutions at the same price point as one-size-fits-all ecommerce SaaS vendors. In addition, Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) provides OCentric clients with the ability to auto-scale servers to meet peak demand, which is critical during intense sales periods.
Brightcove Inc. and Akamai Technologies are expected to say today that they will establish Akamai HD Network as the default content-delivery system for Brightcove video. The Brightcove platform is used by organizations, media companies, and other businesses to publish and distribute video on the Internet. Until now, most of the content has been delivered by Limelight Networks, based in Tempe, Ariz. Under the new arrangement, Akamai will become the default service, but Brightcove will continue to offer a choice of six delivery networks, including Limelight.
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Optaros, an ecommerce solution provider, today announced that it has chosen the Magento Enterprise Platform to power its OCentric SaaS solution. OCentric is a new ecommerce solution that combines the simplicity of SaaS with the flexibility of open source. Many companies like the straightforwardness of SaaS, but are frustrated that unique features -- which may help their business stand out and compete online -- cannot be added.