— The QB-Series Universal Video Delivery appliance from caching and video-delivery provider Qwilt supports IPv6, and the caching platform identifies, monitors, stores and delivers OTT streaming video in fixed and mobile networks. The QwOS software runs dual IPv4/IPv6 network stacks throughout its components that include video analytics and video delivery.
— Small Cell Release One, unveiled today by the Small Cell Forum, is the first deliverable from the group, and it addresses the home, providing the complete body of work that operators will need to know to deploy residential femtocells. Release One also contains advanced work on future releases, including enterprise, metro and rural small cells. Release One provides all the business-case and technical details, including recommended equipment specifications for RFPs. It also contains information aimed at assisting new enterprise, metro and rural deployments, including two major new whitepapers on backhaul and rural rollouts as well as an operator agreement on key requirements for public-access small cells. Release Two will contain updates on enterprise small cells, and Release Three will talk about metrocells.
— Motorola’s DreamGallery now is available on more devices, in part due to new virtualization technology. The offering uses virtualized cloud rendering much akin to the Web experience, and it works with a variety of gear, including entry-level Motorola set-tops, the company says. The virtual module renders HTML5 in the cloud via ActiveVideo Networks’ CloudTV H5 platform, and it features flexibility, scalability and low latency.