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Samsung to demo content delivery tech for mobile networks

Wednesday 26 February 2014 | 08:47 CET | News
Samsung Electronics will demonstrate advanced content delivery technologies for use in mobile networks at the Mobile World Congress. Developed in coordination with Akamai, the demonstration will highlight how mobile content delivery technology can result in improvement in web page loading time, even in a heavily congested network environment. The demonstration also aims to highlight mobile traffic prioritisation. This approach allows mobile operators to prioritise delivery of the premium contents over their network. The company said that combining the mobile traffic prioritisation technology

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Companies: Samsung
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