Wednesday, August 11, 2010

P2P and Video Caching: Huawei iCache Solution

Recently, Huawei introduced a caching solution, competing with offering from PeerApp, Oversi and Bluecoat (see - "DPI Announcements - Blue Coat Introduces Carrier Caching Appliance" - here).

Huawei's solution, iCache (here), supports HTTP, P2P and streaming video caching (YouTube, Youku, and Tudou). The solution's architecture (presented below) has a number of elements, including Huawei's DPI device (SIG - Service Inspection Gateway).

A white paper is available here.


  1. It Can Also Useful In Case Of DoS Attack. As Using iCache Solution, There is less need to be contact to webserver, the requested page already present in cache solution, so whenever any webserver is in attack of DoS by some malicious user, cache is very good to provide request page to end users.

  2. There we can give some more better solution if we provide some more enhance feature in cache as caching of search engine searching storage in icache solution, as because there is mostly browsing done by end user in internet in whole world, if there can be any way to store Search engine optimization of all search engine, then there is a big saving of bandwidth in current internet.

  3. Download PDF Brochure:

    The growth of the global transparent caching market is driven by various factors, such as need of reduction in cost of network infrastructure and need for improved network bandwidth. The increased problems of the network congestion can be tackled with the help of transparent caching solutions Installation of caches across the network can help service providers to offer popular content on the network, thereby reducing the amount of traffic across the network. Bandwidth plays an important role in business profitability while working on improving the user experience. Service providers are getting advantage from transparent caching technology by saving the bandwidth cost. The global transparent caching market is expected to grow from USD 876.6 Million in 2017 to USD 4,274.2 Million by 2022, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 37.28%. The base year considered for the study is 2016, while the forecast period is 2017–2022.