By the time Sandberg left Google, there were no more doubts about that company's ability to turn Web traffic into cash. The achievement was so emphatic that Sandberg and her colleagues used to worry about the other extreme, which they called "success disaster," a fairly common fate among tech start-ups.
—Kevin Conley, "Sheryl Sandberg: What She Saw at The Revolution," Vogue, May 1, 2010
To avoid a "success disaster" scenario, the unified media software platform should scale to fit capacity requirements as small as a few hundred simultaneous subscribers up to much larger audiences.
—Alex Dobrushin, "Multiscreen delivery," Broadcast Engineering, August 15, 2011