Content Delivery

EI Towers Launches New IP Contribution Network with Cisco for Serie A

Cisco and EI Towers, Italy’s leading tower company responsible for managing infrastructure used for TV, Radio, IoT and Telecommunications, today announce the deployment of EI Tower’s new, all-IP contribution network, based on Cisco IP Fabric for Media.

Improving the Economics of Broadband and Content Delivery

Last year, the NCTC and Qwilt announced a program for qualifying broadband providers to upgrade their infrastructure on Cisco UCS hardware preconfigured with Qwilt content delivery software and services at no cost. This program now has over 100 participating providers. We are excited by the momentum the program is achieving and the subscriber experiences it enables.

MWC 2022 Takeaways and On-site Executive Interview: Creating a Competitive Edge for Next-Gen Streaming Media

At MWC 2022, Cisco's demonstration of the global content delivery solution designed for next-generation streaming media, in collaboration with Qwilt and Unity, captured the attention of many attendees.

Give Your Rural Customers Better Streaming Content Experiences

Good news for service providers in rural communities. You can now expand broadband access to reach unserved and underserved households with content experiences that both delight your customers and improve your bottom line.

February 2, 2022

SP360: SERVICE PROVIDER

Edge Cloud for Content Delivery and Interactive Volumetric Video Streaming– Experience Them Live at MWC 2022

Cisco, in collaboration with Qwilt and Unity, will showcase two demonstrations at MWC 2022 that will inspire Communications Service Providers, enterprises, and content publishers. We will demonstrate the key capabilities of the Cisco Edge Cloud for Content Delivery and learn about the exciting world of volumetric (3D) video streaming.

August 5, 2021

CLOUD

Brazil will experience outstanding digital streaming

Providing expansive mobile connectivity in a country with continental dimensions has its own set of challenges. A CDN based on Open Caching, however, will let TIM Brazil go beyond providing connectivity, to offer the best digital streaming experiences to all.

Content Delivery Revisited in This New Virtual World

Explore two new strategic partnerships with Qwilt and Digital Alpha, as we introduce a new model for streaming media delivery based on Open Caching that offers operational stability, more capacity, higher quality, and lower costs. Additionally, we report on how BT is deploying a new, open caching service for higher-quality streaming video to their customers in the United Kingdom.

Mobile Data Traffic Is Exploding—but Who Is Profiting? How Mobile Service Providers Can Monetize Mobile Data

By Marc Latouche, Vertical Manager, IBSG Service Provider The Cisco Visual Networking Index (VNI) Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast Update projects a 13-fold increase in global mobile data traffic between 2012 and 2017 — two thirds of it video. To move all that data traffic with speed and quality, mobile network connection speeds will increase […]