NEWTON, MA – Sept. 8, 2014 – PeerApp, the market leader in helping operators speed Internet content delivery, will demonstrate the industry’s first virtualized content caching solution in cooperation with intelligent broadband solutions provider Sandvine and Dell at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in San Francisco September 9 through September 11, 2014. The joint solution will be in Dell’s Booth #920 in the Network Builders section of the IDF Technology Showcase.
This demonstration shows a virtualized content caching solution using PeerApp’s UltraBand caching engine in conjunction with a patented application-specific Divert solution enabled by the Sandvine Policy Engine, both running on virtual machines hosted on Dell hardware. Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) decouples network functions, such as caching, from hardware, using standard IT virtualization technologies. NFV enables cable, broadband and mobile service providers to build dynamic, virtualized networks with application and content awareness so they can quickly deliver new and innovative services, lower capital and operational costs, and increase flexibility and agility to respond to market demands. PeerApp’s content delivery solution is one of the only standards-based solutions available today that supports the exploding popularity of over-the-top (OTT) Internet content with improved economics, flexibility and agility, as well as with the Quality of Experience (QoE) subscribers expect.
PeerApp and Sandvine’s solutions are already integrated at dozens of operators globally using traditional deployment models.
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PeerApp enables mobile, cable and telecom operators to control the exploding demand for Internet video, software, games, and information. PeerApp’s award-winning open and multiservice transparent caching solution enables operators to deliver Internet content with a high quality of experience by bringing the most frequently requested content closer to the subscriber. As a market leader, PeerApp has 450 customer deployments in more than 100 countries, including several reaching half a terabit. With 10-plus years’ expertise in delivering a broad set of Internet content at carrier-grade scale, PeerApp solutions accelerate content delivery 4-10X and reduce network costs by 40% or more. PeerApp is headquartered in Newton, Massachusetts, USA. For more information, visitwww.peerapp.comand follow @peerapp on Twitter.
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