Limelight Networks “ready to execute in 2013″

US firm Limelight Networks, one of the world’s biggest providers of content delivery network (CDN) services, has posted a net loss of US$ 30mn for 2012 but declared itself “ready to execute” in 2013 following a considerable number of management reshuffles.

Over the course of the past year, the company has appointed a new COO, CEO, Chief Sales Officer, Managing Director and Vice President of Europe, Middle East and Africa, Chief Marketing Officer and head of Professional Services.

“In today’s global online economy, the imperative for organisations to optimise their Digital Presence is becoming clear,” said Bob Lento, CEO of Limelight Networks. “I believe there is unlocked potential in our company and opportunity in the market […] effectively engaging audiences through the online device of their choice, is now a critical requirement for our customers.”

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