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Three European MVNOs deploy Teclo Networks' S-Series solution to lower operating costs by compressing images

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Nearly 1000 MVNOs stand to benefit from lower OPEX through a halving of the bandwidth needed for images

Zurich, Switzerland, June 4th 2015 - Teclo Networks, a leader in TCP/IP data optimization, announced today that its S-Series solution has recently been deployed by three European Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) to compress images and website resources as they are downloaded to a mobile handset. Since its installation, each MVNO has seen the traffic volume devoted to image transfers halved, with a corresponding decline in payments to host networks.

As the S-Series is quick and easy to install within mobile network infrastructure, MVNOs can instantly secure major OPEX savings whilst still delivering a superfast web browsing experience to their subscribers. With Facebook alone seeing over 350 million images uploaded a day, often from smartphones with cameras of five, ten or even 20 megapixels –suitable for enlarging to cover a wall without pixelation – MVNOs are experiencing a dramatic increase in their operating costs.

Installed as a “Bump In The Wire” (BITW), Teclo Networks image compression software checks the quality of an incoming image and only compresses it if the quality exceeds a certain, predefined threshold. Meaning that enormous images are compressed while smaller and lower quality ones are left untouched. As mobile devices cannot display full sized images, large image compression can be done without impacting the customer experience. In addition, if a subscriber requests an image for a second time then it can be downloaded in full, without compression.

To preserve the speed of the network, the S-Series compresses images inline, one data packet at a time, eliminating the delays ensuing from downloading an entire image before compressing it. Subscribers therefore get images that look the same on their mobile devices - but download substantially faster.
 
Jane Walerud, CEO of Teclo Networks, said: “The mobile landscape is quite competitive. For nearly one thousand Mobile Virtual Network Operators, lowering the cost of transporting data over a host network is key. Using inline compression, the S-Series is able to reduce this cost without harming the end user experience.”

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Contact sales@teclo.net or visit www.teclo.net for more information or to download a brochure. Follow us on Twitter at @TecloNetworks.

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About Teclo Networks
Teclo Networks’ TCP data optimization solution accelerates mobile broadband traffic over all radio technologies, including LTE, WiFi, 3G, and 2G. The faster the network technology, the more acceleration. It accelerates all TCP traffic, including the growing proportion of encrypted traffic, like HTTPS, HTTP/2 and SPDY. The system also improves user experience by eliminating buffer bloat, making shared connections responsive. It runs on standard Intel-based hardware with industry standard NICs and is commercially deployed in several tier one networks, as well as a number of smaller operators, MVNOs and enterprises.