VideoEgg and its content delivery network Akamai Technologies have announced this morning that the two companies have passed 3 million video uploads together. Akami provides the webcam capture and video uploading service for users of some AOL sites, Bebo, hi5, Piczo, myYearbook, Dogster, Tagged and others.
VideoEgg says it’s now serving 15 to 20 million video streams each day. US users consume about 230 million video streams per day, according to ComScore. You might remember that YouTube announced that it hit 100 million streams a day back in July. It’s bandwidth costs were already believed to be well more than $1 million per month by that time.
VideoEgg, Online Video