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September 22, 2008

IAHGames selects Tata Communications for global CDN service in Asia

Singapore-based online game publisher and operator IAHGames has engaged Tata Communications to provide its global content delivery network service in Asia.

By CBR Staff Writer

According to Tata Communications, its Global Content Delivery Network (CDN) service accelerates game delivery and offers an enhanced customer experience for the digital media and entertainment community. The CDN service will deliver a range of online games, including Granado Espada and an upcoming title EA Sports FIFA Online 2.

Yeo Yeok Chuan, vice president of marketing and strategy for IAHGames, said: Partnering with Tata Communications and utilizing their global CDN allows IAHGames to provide a faster and more efficient way to deliver digital content to our APAC customers. We look forward to working with Tata Communications to bring high quality gaming services to gamers based throughout Asia.

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