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Broadpeak joins ETSI to propagate 5G via 3GPP

Broadpeak, a provider of content delivery, has joint ETSI, a global ICT organisation, to fulfil global market needs in mobile video delivery.

As one of the latest addition to ETSI, Broadpeak will concentrate its efforts on examining the advantages of developing a video cache infrastructure in the mobile edge in order to improve scalability, resiliency, and quality of service.

Broadpeak’s video delivery over 5G solutions, successfully deployed in 5G trials, is designed to optimise video quality and efficiency over fixed and mobile networks. The company will also play an important role in helping to create mobile standards, including 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) for the next generation of mobile telecommunications, starting with the evolution of 5G.

3GPP is actively defining the future of mobile delivery network and ultimately the proliferation of 5G.

“ETSI and 3GPP are shaping the 5G mobile network future, and we’re excited to be a part of the tremendous work that they do,” said Jacques Le Mancq, CEO of Broadpeak.

“Technology is evolving, and the team at Broadpeak looks forward to sharing its experience and vision about how technologies such as Multi-Access Edge Computing and Network Function Virtualization, along with other 3GPP contributions, can enhance video streaming over mobile networks.”

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