MWC Barcelona 2023

Qwilt Brings the Open Edge to Life at MWC 2023

Industry leader in commercialized open caching services to demonstrate how its innovation in software and edge cloud services deeply embeds in service provider networks

REDWOOD CITY, Calif, – February 15, 2023 – At MWC Barcelona 2023 (Feb 27–Mar 2, 2023), Qwilt will showcase how its innovation in software and cloud services, combined with Cisco’s edge infrastructure, has created a solution enabling edge cloud services deeply embedded in service provider networks. Exhibiting alongside Cisco (Hall 3, stand #3E30), Qwilt will demonstrate how it facilitates edge cloud services in service provider networks, serving as the foundation for meeting current and future edge cloud use cases, including content distribution, IoT, and other low latency scenarios.

Today, over 150 service providers have partnered with Qwilt to enable the open edge in their networks, serving over one billion unique subscribers globally. Within media and entertainment, some of the world’s largest streaming platforms use Qwilt’s Open Edge services to deliver their content. At MWC 2023, Qwilt will show how the quality of its content delivery services consistently surpasses the performance of traditional commercial CDNs for live and on-demand streaming.

Alon Maor, CEO, Qwilt, said: “We’ve achieved several major milestones since we last attended MWC, working with Cisco to bring many of the world’s largest mobile service providers immediately into the content delivery and edge services value chain. We’re delighted to be returning to Barcelona this year to showcase how our commercially proven, market-leading open caching solution delivers immediate value to mobile service providers and enables new future-driven use cases. Attendees will learn how our zero-capex and limited-risk deployment helps mobile service providers generate new revenue as vital members of the content delivery and edge services ecosystem.”

In the last 24 months, Qwilt has been deployed at major operators worldwide. They include 100+ NCTC member networks and Windstream in North America; TIM Brazil and Telecom Argentina in Latin America; Airtel in India; J:COM in Asia-Pacific; and Vodafone Turkey in EMEA.

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About Qwilt

Qwilt’s mission is to deliver connected experiences at the quality they were imagined. Its model is built on partnerships with service providers and content publishers, globally, to create a fabric that powers high-performance delivery of media and applications at the very edge of neighborhoods, big and small.

Qwilt’s open architecture and inclusive business model make local edge delivery more accessible than ever before, unlocking more reliable, higher quality-of-experience at greater scale than previously possible. A growing number of the world’s leading content publishers and cable, telco, and mobile service providers rely on Qwilt for Edge Cloud services, including Airtel, BT, Telecom Argentina, Telecom Italia, TIM Brazil, and Verizon.

Founded in 2010, Qwilt is a leader of the Open Caching movement and a founding member of the Streaming Video Technology Alliance. Qwilt is backed by Accel Partners, Bessemer Venture Partners, Cisco Ventures, Disruptive, Innovation Endeavors, Marker, and Redpoint Ventures. For more information, visit