Trial Demonstration

Requirements

The free Boost trial demonstration for network providers lasts approximately 30-days, and includes ad management and content caching solutions.

 

In order to provide the best solution to address network overload capacity issues Boost implementation is on cloud infrastructure.

Testing is scalable from multiple end user devices through network wide integration, per network provider preferences.  There is no limit to the number of end user devices connected for testing.  The application uses elastic/cluster architecture and adds more proxy servers based on volume.

The network provider agrees to aggregate and share base line data on network traffic and traffic content to determine the application effects on data reduction, bandwidth, traffic and content.

 

 

Ad Management

  • The Boost cloud based infrastructure is fully integrated with the proxy server acting as the DNS Server

  • On Point Cyber provides the network provider with an IP address to be entered into the APN’s DNS

  • At the core, Boost stops or allows ads into the network per network provider preferences

  • On Point Cyber issues the network provider a user ID and password to access their Boost dashboard

  • From the Boost dashboard, network providers can independently stop or allow ads to run through their network, to improve traffic and/or monetize ad revenue

  • Boost will begin stopping a small percentage of ads, and as the demo progresses the percentage will increase as Boost continues to learn what ads are attempting to enter the network

Content Caching

  • On Point Cyber provides the network provider with a proxy server IP address. 

  • The network provider implements the proxy server IP address as part of their APN

  • On Point Cyber implements the proxy content caching solution

  • All end user devices go through the proxy server to consume content

  • The content caching system does not interfere with existing network caching appliances provided by companies such as Google or Facebook