Provider of radio access network (RAN) application acceleration and mobile content delivery on HSPA and LTE networks, Saguna Networks, recently made it known that its Saguna CODS solution is being used by a tier 1 mobile operator in Europe. The solution has lowered the content delivery costs for this operator while improving the mobile Internet experience for its customers.
A patented application acceleration and content caching solution for mobile RANs, Saguna CODS optimizes content delivery in mobile backhaul infrastructures by transporting popular content directly from the mobile network base station to subscribers. This not only enhances the subscribers' experience, it also saves time, bandwidth and money by allowing operators to disperse traffic more efficiently.
Using this solution, this tier 1 European mobile operator is "sharply reducing" its content delivery costs.
Saguna recently established a partnership with Ubiquisys, developer of intelligent small cells, in which the two will work together to provide an integrated content and application acceleration offering based on small cells for mobile network operators. The joint solution combines the Saguna CODS solution with Ubiquisys' smart cell, a range of intelligent 3G/4G/Wi-Fi small cell hotspots with an Intel architecture-based integrated computing platform.
Meanwhile, earlier in February, Saguna teamed up with FibroLAN, a vendor of mobile backhauling solutions with a focus on small cells and 4G networks, to deliver an integrated OTT mobile backhaul content and application acceleration offering for mobile network operators.
"Our new customers and partnerships clearly demonstrate the growing demand for our innovative content and OTT application acceleration solution," said Lior Fite, CEO at Saguna Networks, in a statement. "Our unique solution is designed to address the issues created by delivering OTT traffic over mobile networks in a holistic and transparent approach. Our solution is designed for virtualization and brings valuable additional layers to the telco cloud."
Edited by Rachel Ramsey