The Leader in Transparent Caching
With hundreds of live network operator deployments worldwide, PeerApp is the leading transparent caching solution provider. PeerApp helps network operators manage content traffic on their networks. The platform speeds content delivery and reduces network load by automatically detecting popular content and delivering it from the network edge. PeerApp systems are used to improve subscribers Quality of Experience while reducing network costs in every type of broadband network: DSL, cable, fiber and mobile.
In their June 2013 Global Transparent Caching Marketreport, research firm Frost & Sullivan names PeerApp the market leader with 27% market share.
PeerApp, founded in 2004, has corporate headquarters in Newton, Massachusetts, USA. The company has regional sales and support offices and channel partners in Europe, Latin America, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East and North America.
CEO: Gadi Tamari
Cedar Board: Amnon Shoham
Broader Product Line Gives Operators Flexibility as They Prepare for More Streaming Services and 4K/UHD Video Delivery
November 4, 2014
This Wednesday (on September 24, 2014), PeerApp, one of the market leaders in local content delivery and transparent caching solutions, announced that it was able to deliver a whopping 96% iOS 8 download requests for its customers from its cache and thus providing the subscribers with much faster downloads while also ensuring huge bandwidth savings for its customers.
September 24, 2014
NEWTON, MA – March 25, 2014 – PeerApp, the leader in Internet content caching infrastructure, today announced it has closed a deal worth approximately five million dollars for caching infrastructure with an operating unit of a Tier One cable operator. PeerApp’s award-winning UltraBand transparent caching solution is being used to guarantee subscriber quality of experience (QoE) for this large multiple-system operator (MSO). Operator caching plays an important role at the edge of service provider networks by intelligently caching and bringing the most frequently requested Internet content closer to the subscriber.
March 25, 2014