EDISON, New Jersey, August 30, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
Flash Networks, the leading provider of mobile Internet optimization and monetization solutions, announced today that Kenyan operator Safaricom, has implemented Flash Networks' Harmony 7.5 to improve network quality by providing their subscribers with faster mobile browsing. After implementing Flash Networks web optimization solution Safaricom achieved first place for a mobile performance benchmark test conducted by P3 Communications, an independent network testing and measurement company. Safaricom improved the quality of experience to increase customer satisfaction and to meet the stringent requirements of a global operator group that has a managing interest in them.
Flash Networks' patented acceleration solution makes the fastest networks including 4G even faster, enabling operators to provide their subscribers with the best possible user experience. Flash Networks video acceleration improves the user experience, reducing buffering and providing smooth loading while ensuring smooth downloads and speedy browsing for all subscribers. Flash Networks acceleration solution boosts network speeds without requiring an investment in additional infrastructure, providing a greener and more cost effective solution.
"We are proud and honored to provide Safaricom with award winning network performance that also meets international standards for a superior user quality of experience," said Liam Galin President and CEO of Flash Networks.
About Flash Networks
Flash Networks is a leading provider of optimization solutions that enable operators to improve RAN spectral efficiency, boost network speed, optimize video and web traffic and generate over-the-top revenues from the mobile Internet.
With offices in North America, Europe, Israel, Latin America, and Asia, Flash Networks services over 500 million subscribers daily and is proud to count among its customers top-tier mobile carriers including Orange, Globe, TIM, T-Mobile, Telefonica, Vodafone, and many more leading carriers. For more information, visit http://www.flashnetworks.com.
SOURCE Flash Networks