UltraBand

OPEN CONTENT CACHING for LOCAL CONTENT DELIVERY

Consumption of Internet media and entertainment is exploding, driven by services such as YouTube and Netflix, new direct streaming offers from CBS, HBO and ESPN, as well as Internet-connected mobile devices.  The consumption explosion is straining operator networks, resulting in poor subscriber QoE even in advanced broadband and 4G/LTE environments.  In addition, dynamic events such as the World Cup and software updates, like iOS 8, cause traffic spikes that also impact the subscriber experience, a key factor in customer retention.

PeerApp’s UltraBand open content caching platform augments operator networks to offer accelerated - local - delivery of Internet content of all types to end-subscribers.   The PeerApp approach improves subscriber QoE by eliminating buffering or stalls, increases operational efficiency, and opens service delivery and monetization opportunities.    With the move to 4K/Ultra-High Definition (UHD) video, the PeerApp solution becomes even more important for meeting subscribers’ QoE Expectations.

Beyond video, UltraBand is able to cache a wide range of content types, including peer-to-peer (P2P), gaming, audio, software updates and the like.  

More than 450 mobile, cable, broadband and campus network operators in 100 countries are using PeerApp’s award-winning open content caching solutions to accelerate the delivery of Internet video and other over-the-top (OTT) content. With PeerApp’s local content delivery, video can be delivered 12x faster by bringing it closer to end-users.  This significantly improves quality of experience and reduces network costs up to 50% or more.  PeerApp’s local content delivery solutions can also play a service delivery role, helping operators generate new revenue opportunities.

Company: PeerApp
Location: Newton, MA
Contact name: Sales
Company: Nihon DenGyo Kosaku Co.
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Contact name: Sales