BEIJING, June 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
China Telecom's Guangzhou Institute approved DiViNetworks' solutions, following lab tests targeted at China Telecom's 10G international links. DiViNetworks is pioneering Virtual Capacity - the most cost-effective method for data capacity expansion.
The thorough testing conducted by China Telecom demonstrated 30-50% capacity expansion with general Internet traffic, and 10X capacity expansion with video traffic. DiViNetworks' systems fully complied with high-availability, scalability and network integration requirements.
"China Telecom appreciates the unique benefits of our solutions, derived from the bit-level operation as opposed to content level," says Dr. Yair Shapira, VP Business Development at DiViNetworks. "We successfully demonstrated the protocol- and content-agnostic nature of our solutions, ensuring best optimization factors, future-proof performance and seamless integration."
With the success in China Telecom, DiViNetworks established a Joint Venture in China named Beijing DiViNet, which will lead commercial and technical activities in China. DiViCloud PoPs (points of presence) are being established in Hong Kong, Singapore and Sydney, followed by Mainland China.
"East Asia and China specifically are major target markets for DiViNetworks," says Barak Avitbul, CEO of DiViNetworks. "The growing penetration of broadband is inhibited by the high prices of Internet connectivity and DiViNetworks can remove this barrier."
DiViNetworks will be presenting in CommunicAsia, 18-22 June, 2012, Singapore, at booth 1E2-01. Schedule a meeting at http://www.divinetworks.com/CommunicAsia2012.
DiViNetworks is a global provider of affordable data capacity for network operators and service providers. Using cloud-based solutions, DiViNetworks generates data capacity at any location worldwide, over any combination of physical capacity providers, enabling ISPs to obtain bandwidth at HALF the MARKET PRICE. For more information, visit us at http://www.divinetworks.com, and follow us at LinkedIn.