Qwilt content delivery network customers benefits from an exceptional CDN service. Qwilt operate an edge cloud content delivery network with high speed open caching. Their service powers some of the biggest names in online content distribution and they specialise in delivery high performance video over the web, offering an unparalleled TV-like experience for end users.
In an effort to keep up with the huge numbers of competitors entering this lucrative market, Qwilt have announced a comprehensive line of upgrades to their Open Edge Service Provider CDN.
The upgrades to the Qwilt content delivery network will involve a new application within its line of Open Edge Cloud Solutions. By implementing an augmented suite of APIs, the platform will help extend Qwilt’s expertise in edge computing, open caching and web-scale content delivery with an innovative, cloud-based service provider CDN offering built on the Apache Traffic Control open source project.
Qwilt Content Delivery Network Benefits
The Qwilt content delivery network is so effective thanks to its ability to allow cable, telco and mobile network service providers to build a private CDN to distribute their own or partner’s managed content to their subscribers with a broadcast TV-like experience. This is in contrast to legacy CDN systems that require service providers to implement their own engineering, procuring, deployment and CDN operation methods to utilise a high performance CDN.
“Qwilt’s Open Edge CDN solution provides our customers with a new, web-scale architecture for content delivery,” said Alon Maor, CEO at Qwilt. “We invite service providers to join the movement to the edge. Our Open Edge CDN is another mission-critical application for the service provider edge cloud.”
“Qwilt’s innovative work on the Open Edge CDN is exactly the sort of thing we were hoping to see when we open-sourced Traffic Control,” said Jan van Doorn, Fellow at Comcast. “We applaud Qwilt’s ongoing contributions to the open-source community and their engagement with the growing movement of Apache Traffic Control users.”