ViewQwest Singapore Deploys Qwilt’s CDN Technology for OTT, VOD and Live Streaming Video Caching

ViewQwest Singapore Deploys Qwilt’s CDN Technology for OTT, VOD and Live Streaming Video Caching Image Credit: PCC Mobile Broadband

ViewQwest, a new entrant to Singapore's Broadband and ISP scene has deployed the Qwilt QB-Series Video Fabric Solution to deliver improved quality of experience (QoE) to ViewQwest’s customers. ViewQwest via its Fibernet delivers broadband service for popular online game streaming applications like Twitch, and online video streaming sites such as Netflix and YouTube.

According to Qwilt, ViewQwest selected its transparent caching technology because it is simple to deploy, non-intrusive and operates in the most efficient and user-friendly manner, as compared to competing solutions. The solution helps operators to manage OTT, VOD and Live streaming video in their networks, while achieving substantial CAPEX and OPEX savings on network infrastructure and operations, reducing customer churn and preparing their networks for the future of online video, said Qwilt.

Qwilt’s QB-Series Video Fabric Controller analyzes traffic across operator networks in real-time to identify trending and popular content, and then stores and delivers it locally at the subscriber edge, in close proximity to end users. 

Our Fibernet service was designed to eliminate antiquated practices such as severe caps on international bandwidth, traffic shaping, port blocking and throttling of downloads and torrents. We needed an innovative approach to caching that doesn’t sacrifice quality of experience or performance of our service offerings. We also saw an immediate improvement in network optimization and are very impressed with the QoE we are now able to offer our customers.

-           Vignesa Moorthy, CEO of ViewQwest

Our plug-and-play solution makes it easy for operators like ViewQwest to analyze and cache online content in real-time, while reducing bandwidth costs and improving performance during peak hours. We are honored to provide a solution that can reduce the amount of OTT video traffic by up to 80 percent and offer a higher QoE across all major content provider sites.

-            Alon Maor, CEO of Qwilt

 
 

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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