Internet Cache Solution

Speed up Your Network
iCache solution features the combination of guiding and blocking and exchanges storage for bandwidth. It helps operators channel the tidal wave of traffic arising from today’s high speed Internet (HSI) services, and thus reduce the strain on networks, lower service costs, and raise QoE.

Featuring "storage for bandwidth" and P2P traffic localization, Huawei's Internet cache solution is a traffic caching solution designed for telecom and broadband operators. By reducing repetitive access traffic and low-value traffic, it reduces inter-network traffic and improves QoE.

Challenges

With the development of the Internet, applications like peer to peer (P2P) and Internet video become more and more popular. The current bandwidth or even the potential growth is far from meeting the downloading requirement of these applications on network bandwidth.

The disordered and uncontrollable P2P traffic is increasing. The bandwidth of the backbone network is expanding unlimitedly. The expansion brings no profits, the ARPU is declining continuously, and users are lost for poor experience. How do carriers face all the problems?

Our Solution

Huawei has launched the Internet cache, an ideal solution to meet customers' caching needs. This solution features "storage for bandwidth" and P2P traffic localization. It is a traffic caching solution designed for telecom and broadband operators. By reducing repetitive access traffic and low-value traffic, it reduces inter-network traffic and improves QoE. Moreover, it aggregates and accumulates Internet content and deeply digs users' requirements, thus providing basis for future value-added operations.

Applications & Benefits

The Internet cache system adopts the bypass deployment mode for P2P and Online Video cache, which does not change the existing network architecture and does not add failure points.

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