NetEx, a provider of fast data transport over TCP (Transport Control Protocol), recently launched the HyperPipe technology which will provide wideband services over current broadband IP (Internet protocol) networks to ISPs (Internet Service Providers), phone and cable providers.
The HyperPipe deployment will be beneficial in a dual way as it is not only to eliminate the need for expensive and multi-billion dollar infrastructure upgrades, but is also to help create revenue opportunities from its wideband services.
NetEx’s bandwidth optimization software aims to boost the output of any IP network. The solution is to be easily deployable on any ISP’s, telco’s or a media company’s central office as well as the customer’s cable box or PC. It will also be able to instantly accelerate speed without any additional investment for upgrading networks.
The HyperPipe solution can be installed on both sides of the network and thereby launched. It is also accessible to customers either by sending it to customers who can download it the first time they connect to the network or by pre-loading the cable box with this software.
Adding the HyperPipe is not only cost efficient, but is also helps increase the transport of video and data services by over 100 Mbps (Megabits Per Second) from its current position.
“HyperPipe radically changes the dynamics of this market, giving providers the ability to deliver next-generation services without the cost and time delays of deploying next-generation networks,” remarked Robert MacIntyre, vice president of business development and marketing at NetEx.
“The time-to-market advantages of our HyperPipe software solution gives service providers the freedom to look at the market opportunities more strategically along with the ability to rapidly enter a wideband market selectively to give them the highest ROI,” MacIntyre added.
In order to deploy wideband speeds and services, companies will require network upgrades. Barriers like extended timelines and high investments which were a requirement for upgrading networks may now be eliminated by HyperPipe. The solution also has the potential to give a new look to markets with its key features.
With the addition of HyperPipe software, data delivery is optimized to the extent that providers like Comcast (News - Alert), will be able to supply 50 Mbits of output by using only a small fragment of its bandwidth. This will free up a large part of the bandwidth to provide additional services like VoIP (voice over IP), video-on-demand, music-on-demand, live events and other on-demand services.
Shireen Dee is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Shireen’s articles, please visit her columnist page.