Ortiva Wireless, a pioneer in dynamic delivery of rich mobile content to mobile devices, will showcase its iVOG (Internet Video Optimization Gateway (News - Alert)), a high-performance video optimization gateway, at this week’s Mobile World Congress.
“Recognizing the challenges of helping carriers worldwide address the unprecedented explosion in mobile data traffic, Ortiva embraced Intel architecture to enable the highest level of price performance and density on the market today delivered on a high availability, high throughput, carrier-grade platform,” said Ortiva’s CEO, Marc Zionts (News - Alert), in a statement.. “Ortiva’s iVOG is commercially available and shipping to carriers around the world. Ortiva’s video optimization solutions are currently deployed in the US and Europe with Tier 1 operators and the company is now engaged with new Tier 1 customers in Asia,” continued Zionts.
Through Ortiva’s solutions, carriers and their customers can easily improving the end user experience and ensure significant bandwidth savings. As a result, carriers can accommodate many more users on their current radio access networks. Ortiva’s innovative approach fully utilizes Intel architecture including the Intel Xeon Processor (News - Alert) 5600 series.
“Ortiva’s approach to managing the demands on the mobile network demonstrates how Intel architecture, including the Intel Xeon Processor 5600 series is ideally suited for high density, highly computational, real-time processing,” said Rose Schooler, general manager of the Communications Infrastructure Division of Intel.
Ortiva invites network operators, partners, press, and analysts to visit the Intel booth and see Ortiva’s iVOG demonstration along with the other demonstrations showcasing Intel’s architecture.
Ortiva Wireless (News - Alert) offers advanced commercial solutions for proactive management of mobile video, allowing service providers to dramatically improve control, quality, and efficiency of rich media content delivery. The company recently selected GoAhead Software (News - Alert) to accelerate future releases of the mobile Video Optimization Gateway on carrier networks.
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Edited by Tammy Wolf