Singapore-based MyRepublic Selects Qwilt to Boost OTT Video Services

Singapore-based MyRepublic Selects Qwilt to Boost OTT Video Services Image Credit: Qwilt

Content delivery startup, Qwilt announced that Singapore-based telco MyRepublic has chosen its open caching solution to help boost network capacity and improve the quality of over-the-top (OTT) video service delivery. MyRepublic which led by co-founder Malcolm Rodrigues offers unlimited broadband at super-fast speeds for low prices in Singapore and New Zealand. 

Upon deploying Qwilt’s open caching solution, MyRepublic was able to immediately reduce transit costs, efficiently deliver live streaming video traffic and significantly improve Quality of Experience (QoE), said Qwilt. Qwilt’s solution analyzes traffic across operator networks in real-time to identify trending and popular content, and then caches and delivers it locally at the subscriber edge, in close proximity to consumers. Qwilt said that by removing the need for duplicate streams from origin sites or content delivery networks (CDNs) across operator networks, delivery time is faster and network congestion is minimized for a flawless, high-quality consumer viewing experience. 

Cedric Gouliardon, Head of Network and Systems at MyRepublic
As consumption of high quality video-on-demand (VOD) continues to increase, particularly in impacted markets like China, we are looking for vendors who can quickly and easily scale with us. Qwilt’s open caching solution was easy to implement and operate, resulting in immediate improvement in QoE for our customers.

Alon Maor, CEO and co-founder of Qwilt
The exponential growth of online video continues to plague operators worldwide with increased costs and significant traffic strain on their network. 

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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