Saguna Networks and Ubiquisys Partner to Provide Content and Application
Acceleration for Small Cells

Ubiquisys incorporates Saguna CODST software into its Smart Cell solution

Yokneam, Israel and Swindon, United Kingdom – 11th February 2013 – Saguna
Networks, an innovative provider of Radio Access Network (RAN) application
acceleration and mobile content delivery on HSPA and LTE networks, and
Ubiquisys, the developer of intelligent small cells, today announced that
the two companies are cooperating to provide an integrated content and
application acceleration offering based on small cells for mobile network

The joint solution combines Saguna Networks’ Saguna CODST for optimizing
the delivery of content and applications over mobile networks with
Ubiquisys’ smart cell, a range of intelligent 3G/4G/WiFi small cell
hotspots with an integrated computing platform based on IntelR
architecture. The joint solution features transparent popular content
caching and DNS caching on the Ubiquisys smart cell, which supports all
existing mobile network capabilities, including lawful interception,
real-time charging, policy management and more. The solution embeds cloud
content and flexible application processing resources at the edge of the
mobile network to improve user experience and mobile network economics.
The application is distributed and remotely provisioned on smart cells
through the Intel AppUpR SMB Service, which is built on the Intel Hybrid
Cloud software platform that enables service providers to deliver the
benefits of cloud computing on distributed networked devices.

“Mobile content delivery is an ongoing challenge for service providers.
Working with the RAN optimisation experts Saguna, we’ve shown that it’s
possible to simultaneously reduce network traffic and improve quality of
experience,” said Pete Keevill, Vice President of Engineering and
co-founder of Ubiquisys. “This is yet another example of the power of
moving application processing resources to the network edge, closer to
mobile users.”
“We are very happy to join forces with Ubiquisys, which has a well
established customer base for its small cell solutions,” said Lior Fite,
CEO at Saguna Networks. “Our joint solution delivers all of our product
features in a constrained space and power environment and guarantees the
best mobile broadband experience without the need for large investments.”

Saguna Networks and Ubiquisys will be presenting their joint solution at
Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on February 25-28, 2013. Saguna
Networks will be located at Booth 5i94 and the Ubiquisys meeting and demo
suite will be located in Hall 1 – contact [email protected] to request a

About Saguna Networks

Saguna Networks is an innovative provider of Radio Access Network (RAN)
application acceleration and mobile content delivery on HSPA and LTE
networks. Saguna CODST (Content Optimization Delivery System) is a
patented technology to drastically reduce data loads over the mobile
backhaul and improve the Radio Interface efficiency. The Saguna CODS
solution substantially improves Mobile Network economics, while creating a
new level of service delivery and user experience in a transparent way.
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About Ubiquisys

Ubiquisys is a leader in intelligent multi-mode LTE-HSPA-WiFi small cells
with products deployed by operators around the world.
The Ubiquisys difference is intelligence: high-availability small cells
that continuously adapt to their surroundings and dynamically interact
with their neighbours. Operators benefit from macro-level KPIs, low
operating costs and efficient use of spectrum assets, whilst mobile users
experience dependable voice and high speed data services. The Ubiquisys
small cell range includes public-access hotspots, self-organising networks
for enterprise, and modular residential small cells designed for home
device integration.

Ubiquisys has pioneered the smart cell: part small cell hotspot, part
powerful computing platform. This new class of small cell adds cloud and
core networking capabilities at the edge of the network, bringing new
services closer to mobile users.