Japanese cable broadband and multi-channel video provider J:COM has deployed Qwilt’s Open Caching solution, boosting its network capacity and enhancing the quality of live streaming, VoD and media applications delivered throughout its network.
J:COM, which initially deployed Qwilt’s first-generation caching product in 2016, now has Qwilt’s Open Edge Cloud solution deeply embedded within its network, enabling it to move content closer to subscribers.
J:COM has 28 Qwilt Open Caching nodes in Japan and content publishers are already delivering content on the Qwilt platform. For example, on 9 April 2022, J:COM used the platform to deliver live streams of Japan’s middleweight unification boxing fight between Gennadiy Golovkin and Ryota Murata
Jiro Inoue, responsible for network operation at J:COM, said: “As demand for live video streaming increases, so too does our need to create a scalable network that equips us for the future of content delivery. Qwilt’s Open Edge Cloud solution significantly boosts our network capacity and accelerates our ability to deliver reliable, high-quality live and VoD streaming throughout Japan.”