Oversi Announces IaaS Business Model for Transparent Caching

IaaS - Infrastructure as a Service – set to revolutionize the Transparent Caching market


Petach Tikva, Israel, February 2, 2012: Oversi, the global leader in Internet Video and P2P caching solutions, announced today the availability of OverCache™ IaaS – Infrastructure as a Service – a revolutionary offering for transparent caching.

With OverCache IaaS – Infrastructure as a Service – service providers can purchase premium bandwidth at a minimal cost. The new service is based on bandwidth that is served from OverCache servers, deployed at the service provider site, running new IaaS software. The system is deployed at no extra cost, while the cached bandwidth is provided at a discount rate to other sources of bandwidth. OverCache IaaS provides the most effective and efficient means of delivering net capacity to enhance and assure QoE for OTT Video and rich media applications.


OverCache IaaS leverages Oversi’s unique out-of-band caching and content delivery platform which enables operators to optimize and monetize the delivery of OTT Video. Repeatedly selected for its superior performance, ease of deployment and future-proof architecture, OverCache is considered the solution-of-choice for large and tier 1 service providers.

Gilad Peleg, Oversi’s VP Marketing and Business Development, said: “Operators have different budgetary and spending constraints. However, they all acknowledge the value of delivering and assuring the highest OTT Video QoE (Quality of Experience) to their customers. With OverCache IaaS we offer a true “win-win” solution to all stakeholders. The risk-reward relationship of OverCache IaaS is unique in the market, but is a natural step for Oversi. We always price the bandwidth according to the actual bandwidth served, and relieve the operator from unnecessary costs and inefficiencies of other caching technologies.”

“We recently unveiled this new offering to a handful of select customers, and responses have been overwhelming, with the first deal already in sight,” added Gilad.