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Deutsche Telekom provides NetAnalyze real-user performance monitoring for CDN performance optimization

Business Development and Innovation (BDI), an integral part of Deutsche Telekom’s International Wholesale Business Unit, announced today that Atende Software, one of the top IT companies in Poland, is a new customer for BDI’s NetAnalyze product. Atende Software selected BDI’s advanced data services solution for its redCDN platform in order to validate and publish Atende’s web scale performance using the Cedexis Radar public CDN benchmarking.

Recognizing that its CDN customers are increasingly concerned with the holistic quality of experience of their end users, including ISP “last mile” performance, led Atende Software to NetAnalyze. NetAnalyze uses a unique crowd-sourcing approach that provides millions of real-user data points on redCDN’s performance so that Atende Software can make evidence-based decisions regarding peering arrangements and platform engineering.

Data is delivered by an intuitive graphical interface through which Atende Software can generate either statistical reports or view live performance metrics on an AS level. This data can also be illustrated on a “heat map” that shows the individual performance of countries and regions.

The public posting of redCDN’s performance provides its customers with confidence that redCDN is delivering the performance they expect, every day.

More widely, BDI’s NetAnalyze offering, combined with its complementary service NetOptimize, enables the evaluation, development, and automation of multi-vendor hosting and delivery solutions (and hybrids of each). Based on about four billion daily measurements generated by users located in more than 34,000 networks around the globe, the delivery mechanisms for the end users can be optimized in real time, taking into account both the performance information and business criteria of the content owner.

“NetAnalyze provides the critical real-user and data insights Atende needs to ensure redCDN remains a leading streaming solution for our enterprise customers,” says Przemyslaw Frasunek, Multimedia Department Director at Atende Software. Frasunek continues, “At Atende Software, we recognize that performance is a continuous process that requires constant vigilance. The objective and independent evidence provided by NetAnalyze, as powered by Cedexis, is the standard for CDN performance monitoring and benchmarking.”

“We are proud to offer our NetAnalyze solution to the leading multimedia content distribution network on the Polish market,” says Karim El-Khazen, Vice President Business Development and Innovation at Deutsche Telekom BDI. "Our goal is to enable our customers to provide a consistent, superior user experience in today’s complex Internet landscape with an ever increasing amount of online content, growing numbers of devices, and a multitude of global networks."

About Atende Software

Atende Software is an innovative technology company, focused on three market sectors: multimedia, smart grid, and cybersecurity, as well as the leading technology provider for Internet television and technology partner of major multimedia projects in Poland. In recent years, the company has built Poland's largest video content distribution network (redCDN), used by millions of users.

About Deutsche Telekom

Deutsche Telekom is one of the world’s leading integrated telecommunications companies with over 142 million mobile customers, 31 million fixed-network lines and more than 17 million broadband lines (as of December 31, 2013). The Group provides fixed network, mobile communications, Internet and IPTV products and services for consumers and ICT solutions for business customers and corporate customers. Deutsche Telekom is present in around 50 countries and has approximately 229,000 employees worldwide. The Group generated revenues of EUR 60,1 billion in the 2013 financial year – more than half of it outside Germany.

For more information please visit: http://www.telekom.com/home

About Business Development and Innovation (BDI)

Business Development and Innovation (BDI), an integral part of Deutsche Telekom International Wholesale Business Unit, seeks and develops innovative services that enable cloud delivery models to enterprises, carriers, content service providers, and over-the-top (OTT) players. The end-to-end solutions of BDI, also developed through partnering with best-in-class technology players, span the complete digital delivery value chain. BDI’s focus areas are content monetization, cloud enabling, big data, and security.

For more information about Deutsche Telekom’s BDI offerings, please visit www.telekom.net/bdi

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