NetHosting takes a close look at Pandora Radio’s history, features, and system, publishes case study.

Orem, UT NetHosting, a global provider of Cloud Hosting, Dedicated Hosting, VPS Hosting, and Virtual Hosting solutions, recently published a case study spotlighting the popular music-streaming website, Pandora.

Originally launched in 2005, the idea behind Pandora Radio was begun in 1999 when founder Tim Westergren initiated the Music Genome Project, a collaborative effort to breakdown and classify songs according to their musical DNA.

In the recently published case study, NetHosting reports on Pandora’s journey from a struggling startup to a publicly traded company with over 100 million registered users.

“A case study on Pandora was appropriate considering the many milestones it has crossed to become one of the most visited sites on the web,” stated NetHosting CEO, Lane Livingston. “Many of our customers are curious to know the behind-the-scenes stories of companies like Pandora, including a close-up glimpse of their internal systems. It’s important, especially to customers looking for similar functionalities in their own sites.”

In addition to Pandora, NetHosting has spotlighted other top-visited websites in its case studies, including Dropbox, Netflix, Facebook, and more.