Originally published in Business Wire on Aug. 4, 2021
ASHBURN, Va. – Today, Anodot, the autonomous business monitoring company, announced that it has been selected by Qwilt, a leading provider of edge cloud and media delivery solutions, to help deliver better streaming experiences to its customers. With support from Anodot’s real-time, autonomous monitoring platform, Qwilt will be able to maintain the highest quality of service and reliability, two critical components when ensuring the success of any platform.
Online media consumption is at an all-time high. This trend has been further augmented by the stay-at-home orders of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to Forrester, “…48% of U.S. online adults had subscribed to at least one streaming service,” and this behavior is here to stay. “Intense online media consumption is resetting consumer expectations and reshaping the content consumption experience.” Qwilt’s edge cloud and media delivery solution plays a pivotal role in this new digital reality by addressing scale, quality, and cost-related content delivery challenges at the edge.
“Our next-generation content delivery solution, deeply embedded in last-mile service provider networks, is cloud-managed with open APIs for our content provider customers. Moreover, our solution is being embraced broadly and, when combined with increasing demand for more content and delivery capacity, we need to scale at a rapid pace,” said Alon Maor, CEO of Qwilt. “Anodot gives us constant insight into critical performance and quality of service issues, allowing us to deliver the highest quality of service to our customers.”
Anodot is an AI-based platform that monitors and correlates business data across the entire business to identify incidents that threaten revenue, customer experience, and the partner ecosystem. Patented algorithms overcome the challenge of manual business monitoring by learning each KPI’s patterns and seasonality in order to detect anomalies in real time and with greater accuracy. Companies that use Anodot are able to, year over year, reduce mean time to detection up to 80% and cut incident costs up to 70%.
Anodot customers in the streaming industry are able to build and maintain a competitive edge. Qwilt leverages Anodot’s fully autonomous platform to analyze vast volumes of generated network data to identify anomalies in critical issues such as buffering, load times, product usage, customer support, feature adoption, and content delivery. When there’s a degradation in customer experience, an alert is sent in real time to operations teams that shows contributing factors, such as related anomalies, influencing metrics and events, to guide them to the root cause. Anodot is driving faster incident detection and resolution for Qwilt and superior customer experience for its customers.
“In today’s increasingly digital world, consumers are requesting high-quality online content at rapid speed,” said David Drai, CEO, Anodot. “Qwilt is transforming online content delivery and streaming services for its customers with better delivery capacity, higher quality, and lower prices. Qwilt can maintain a best-in-class competitive edge by analyzing data collected in real-time through Anodot’s AI-powered autonomous monitoring platform, eliminating things like poor video quality, declining subscription rates, and lost revenue.”
Anodot’s Business Monitoring platform uses machine learning to constantly analyze and correlate every business parameter, providing real-time anomaly alerts and forecasts in their context. Fortune 500 companies, from digital business to telecom, trust Anodot’s patented technology to reduce time to detection and resolution for revenue-critical issues. Anodot is headquartered in the United States and Israel, with sales offices worldwide. To learn more, visit www.anodot.com and follow them on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter.
Qwilt’s unique Edge Cloud Platform and Open Caching software and cloud solutions help Internet Service Providers address the dramatic growth of streaming media on their networks and the need for low latency, high scale infrastructure to support future applications. Qwilt’s cloud managed open platform, running on commodity compute and storage infrastructure, and deployed close to consumers, creates a massively distributed Edge Cloud that supports applications such as Open Caching, 4K Live Streaming, AR, VR, Self-Driving Cars and IoT. This low latency Edge Cloud architecture enables a high-quality streaming experience for consumers on a massive scale. A growing number of the world’s leading cable, telco and mobile service providers rely on Qwilt for Edge Cloud applications.
Qwilt is a Founding Member of the Streaming Video Alliance and a leader of the Open Caching industry movement. Founded in 2010 by industry veterans from Cisco and Juniper, Qwilt is backed by Accel Partners, Bessemer Venture Partners, Cisco Ventures, Disrupt-ive, Innovation Endeavors, Marker, and Redpoint Ventures. Learn more at Qwilt. Follow us on Twitter @Qwilt.