As enterprises continue to expand with global locations and remote workforces, it’s never been more difficult for a company to feel connected. It’s also never been more critical. Kollective’s cloud-based, smart peering distribution platform leverages your existing network infrastructure to deliver content faster, more reliably and with less bandwidth. Our Platform scales existing IT infrastructure to accelerate content delivery to the edge of the enterprise while minimizing network congestion.
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