Structuring Mobile Application & Content for Performance & Revenue Gains
Sunnyvale, CA – December 1, 2011 Cotendo, the fast-growing innovator of cloud-based acceleration services for web and mobile sites and applications, today announced that Shlomi Gian, General Manager Mobile, will be presenting along with Eric Troyer, Director of Mobility Services for Equinix, in a live Webinar on December 8th, “Structuring Mobile Application & Content for Performance & Revenue Gains”.
Hosted by LightReading senior analyst, Patrick Donegan, the discussion will center around how and why many mobile users remain frustrated by performance issues due to latency. While the mobile user experience should rival that of the wireline and 4G reduces some of the latency inherent in mobile networks, there are other considerations within the mobile architecture that dramatically affect performance. Not only is this true for Mobile Network Operators but it also applies to the entire mobile ecosystem of cloud, content and application providers. In order to fully meet revenue opportunities, the mobile ecosystem must fulfill the demands for speed, security and availability that users have come to expect of their desktop experience.
Please join Cotendo and Equinix as we discuss components of mobile application and content enablement as well as next-generation architectures designed to improve performance, reduce costs and drive revenue. We’ll explore metric-based case studies on mobile enablement and solutions that provide interconnectivity to major components of the mobile ecosystem in order to satisfy the next wave of mobile data growth.
“Structuring Mobile Application & Content for Performance & Revenue Gains”
Time: 10:00 a.m. New York / 3:00 p.m. London
Date: Thursday, December 08, 2011
Registration Link: http://www.lightreading.com/ webinar.asp?webinar_id=29910& webinar_promo=28100
A fast growing innovator of cloud-based acceleration technologies, Cotendo offers an integrated suite of Web and Mobile Acceleration Services from its global distributed point of presence (POPs). Cotendo’s single platform software was built from the ground-up and includes acceleration services for dynamic web applications, static and dynamic web content, SSL, Advanced DNS, Adaptive Image Compression, performance monitoring and automatic failover as well as real-time reports and analytics. Cotendo also offers a distributed cloud application environment called Cloudlet™ that allows decision-making (logic, data) at the edge, closest to the end users. Cotendo’s customer base includes Fortune 500 enterprises, Tier 1 telecommunications providers and the world’s largest social networks, eCommerce sites, and advertising networks. Cotendo’s unique suite of software-based content acceleration offerings provide unprecedented site performance, transparency and application-level management capabilities as well as granular content delivery flexibility, and best-in-class content acceleration capabilities. The company’s management team is comprised of acknowledged innovators in intelligent content management, content delivery networks, and mobile performance and has been honored with awards including the Red Herring Top 100, AlwaysOn Global 250 Private Companies, the MIT TR Top 50 Most Innovative companies, and the Businessweek Top 50 tech start-ups. Founded in 2008, Cotendo is funded by Sequoia Capital, Benchmark Capital and Tenaya Capital. The company is headquartered in Silicon Valley with R&D based in Israel. For more information about Cotendo and its Web and Mobile Acceleration Services Suite, visit http://www.cotendo.com