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Qwilt Supports IPv6

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REDWOOD CITY, Calif. -- Qwilt, a leading provider of transparent caching and video delivery solutions, today announced that its QB-Series Universal Video Delivery appliance supports the new Internet Protocol, IPv6. Qwilt's QB-Series is the industry's first fully integrated, purpose-built carrier-grade transparent caching platform that identifies, monitors, stores and delivers over-the-top (OTT) streaming video in fixed and mobile networks. With this feature update, the QB-Series enables carriers to transparently cache and deliver all types of video content traversing over both IPv4 and the emerging IPv6 protocols in their networks. Qwilt QB-Series products provide seamless support for both IPv4 and IPv6 networks, allowing network operators to transparently monitor and deliver online video streams from both network topologies at the same time. The QwOS(tm) software runs dual IPv4/IPv6 network stacks throughout its various components such as Video Analytics and Video Delivery, eliminating the need to deploy point products through the infrastructure. Qwilt Inc.

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