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Don’t Let Video Stall Your Network!

February 8, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE  Bytemobile

Bytemobile said it has updated its Unison Smart Capacity platform to help wireless operators increase existing network capacity by 50%, which is increasingly important as wireless operators try to keep up with potentially crippling traffic demands as more users watch videos on mobile devices.

Bytemobile and its partner, IBM Corp. (IBM), said that 15 of Bytemobile’s largest customers – serving more than 350 million subscribers in North America, Europe and Asia – are using Bytemobile’s Unison Smart Capacity Platform with IBM’s BladeCenter network servers. About 13 petabytes of data traffic are flowing through these networks each day, which is about the equivalent of 175 years of HD-TV video, Bytemobile said.

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