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In a high-stakes environment, any dip in performance can be the difference between winning or missing out. The same is true of networks.
Peak moments occur when live events attract a global audience. Legacy systems simply aren't designed to keep up. Businesses require transformational change to ensure their customers aren't left behind.
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1:Formula1.com (2017) F1 attendance figures hit 4 million in 2017
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