Pando Has P2P Distribution for Major Video Game Publishers

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Uploaded on May 29, 2009 by Beet.TV

Saturday, May 23, 2009

Pando Networks, the New York-based peer-to-peer provider, which is working with broadcasters including NBC, is now working with major game publishers to distribute big files as big as 6GB, we have learned.

Pando is working with Acclaim, Turbine and others to distribute a number of titles, according to Robert Levitan, CEO and founder of Pando in this video interview.

We spoke with Robert earlier this week in Madison Park near our Manhattan offices.

He told us Pando has 30 million client installs.

Finding the Business Model in P2P

The gaming industry could be a good, emerging market for P2P companies. Porno is evidently a growth area for Vuze, which is is now providing P2P distribution of porno, Janko Roettgers reported on NewTeeVee last week. Here's the take on the P2P media biz by Dan Frommer at Silicon Alley Insider.

Andy Plesser, Excecutive Producer

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