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On Telecom Selects Qwilt for OTT Video Challenges

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REDWOOD CITY, Calif. -- Qwilt, a provider of online video delivery and transparent caching solutions, announced today that On Telecom, a fast growing leading Brazilian 4G TD-LTE broadband provider, has selected the Qwilt Video Fabric Controller to help solve their over-the-top (OTT) video problem. On Telecom currently faces rapidly increasing network usage resulting from the popularity of its high-speed broadband offering that encourages customers to consume more streaming video from sites like Netflix, YouTube and many others. Qwiltís Video Fabric Controller has been deployed by On Telecom to save network costs and improve quality of experience (QoE) for its subscribers.

Qwiltís plug-and-play solution was chosen by On Telecom because it is a scalable and easy to deploy platform designed specifically for delivering large volumes of video traffic with at least 5x better performance than any other video caching solution in the industry. Qwiltís QB-Series Online Video Classification Engine also provides On Telecom with full visibility into OTT video trends such as video bandwidth consumption, most popular sites and caching performance through intuitive web-based analytics.

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