Video Traffic Management
TCP OPTIMIZATION & ACCELERATION
Accelerating mobile data at the network level
The dramatic increase in traffic on mobile data networks means operators need to maximize network capacity without sacrificing the end-user experience. TCP Accelerator's accelerated delivery of content and comprehensive TCP optimization in the network ensures the most efficient use of resources. TCP Accelerator works in conjunction with the Openwave optimization product portfolio to deliver the best customer experience at the least possible cost.
"Openwave Mobility’s expertise, quick install, and proven ability to scale its solutions, made them the obvious choice"
“Openwave’s solution enables us to optimize our live streaming data, regardless of whether it is encrypted or not, which ultimately delivers a seamless experience for our subscribers.”
"The innovative solution from Openwave Mobility has been impressive, backed up with excellent levels of service"
"TELUS is proud to partner with Openwave Mobility and give our customers a better experience while watching videos"
"We were impressed with the Smart User Repository’s fast and flawless deployment and immediate results it has delivered"
Optimal Efficiency for All TCP Traffic, Including HTTPS
Advanced image optimization technology reduces the time needed to deliver image content while retaining the visual quality, file format and image resolution.
In-Memory Web Cache With Optimized Content
TCP Accelerator includes a highly efficient and distributed in-memory cache especially optimized for today’s small volatile web objects where optimized variants of the content are stored. This in-memory architecture minimizes the latency associated with I/O operations, web loading times are significantly reduced, improving subscribers’ QoE.
Distributed Video Cache and Offline Video Optimization
An offline optimization process is scheduled to generate as many different optimized variants of the original video as profiles are defined in the system. The system determines whether a given video object is available in the cache by inspecting the video fingerprint – as opposed to traditional video ID or URL-based approaches – maximizing the cache hit ratio.