Why did Qumu create a stand-alone enterprise video delivery network? In this new episode of our Ask the Experts Series, Qumu President and CEO Vern Hanzlik explains why Qumu re-imagined its own category-leading enterprise content delivery network (eCDN)—Pathfinder—and is now offering it to the world as a stand-alone product. Hanzlik will also review the new opportunities this creates, both for other video solution providers and for customers needing hybrid delivery networks for enterprise video behind the firewall and in the cloud.

Pathfinder essentially establishes itself as a type of enterprise ‘operating system’ that enables organizations to plug and play a variety of webcasting and video solutions developed by outside vendors. — Wainhouse Research

So, what’s the benefit of a stand-alone eCDN? It means Pathfinder’s robust, enterprise-proven capabilities are now available to third party developers allowing them to bring the power of an intelligent, optimized eCDN into their solution. Customers benefit from optimized network performance over their existing networks, plus management and workflow tools. Ultimately, it means dramatically improved experience for a video-hungry digital workforce.

If your organization needs enterprise-grade, intelligent video delivery, please watch this video—and share it with colleagues and co-workers as well. And be sure to watch for more Ask the Experts Series videos coming soon.