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March 21, 2014

ChinaCache and Nokia Team Up to Combine CDN With New Liquid Application Solutions

With strict guidelines regarding internet services, it should be little surprise that the People’s Republic of China is not known for having many options when it comes to content delivery. Only one global content delivery network has actually been approved to deliver content to the people of China, ChinaCache. ChinaCache, founded in 1998, has grown to be the largest content provider in China, delivering services across the entire country. Since its founding, ChinaCache has partnered with many international companies to increase the quality of their services, bringing in the ability to stream videos, download content through Mozilla, and in the last year incorporate cloud computing into their services.

ChinaCache has announced that they have brought in a new partner for their content delivery network, Nokia Solutions and Networks. The two companies have announced that they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding. This new partnership will have the goal of incorporating ChinaCache’s content delivery network technologies into Nokia’s Liquid Application Solutions.

Nokia’s Liquid Application Solutions enables content providers to store content on their LTE bases and deliver content at quicker speeds, while enabling content to be tailored to the users. The new service by Nokia has won a Global TD-LTE Initiative (GTI) Award at the Mobile World Congress 2014 within the category of “Innovative Solutions.”

With this partnership and the soon to be seen resulting technology, Liquid Application Solutions will be able to host ChinaCache’s content on their LTE bases, easing up on network bandwidths and lowering latency while making the delivery of content to mobile users quicker. ChinaCache will be able to take advantage of Nokia’s solution in order to receive location services, and user behavior data.

ChinaCache will be saving money from this partnership, being that bandwidths will be dropping, and it will help serve them in their goal of spreading 4G networks across China.

Edited by Cassandra Tucker

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