Cisco and Qwilt announced a new strategic partnership with Turkcell. The collaboration aims to enhance the quality and delivery capacity of digital content and applications, bringing superior streaming experiences and faster data delivery to Turkcell's 38.2 million mobile users and 3.1 million fixed broadband customers, efficiently supporting growing data demands. Turkcell's adoption of Qwilt's Open Edge Cloud for Content Delivery platform is powered by Open Caching and enabled with Cisco's edge computing and networking infrastructure.

The joint solution is deeply embedded and fully integrated into Turkcell's network edge, empowering the efficient handling of larger data volumes and enhancing the overall subscriber experience. With network coverage extending to 99% of Turkiye through 9,000 towers, this deployment activates Open Caching services at multiple distributed points of presence (PoPs), equipping Turkcell to provide content publishers with the tools they need to deliver the highest quality content throughout Turkiye. This partnership makes Turkiye a content and Internet hub and supports Turkcell Superonline's vision of transforming 'the Silk Road into the Fiber Road.'

Collaboration positions Turkcell at the forefront of content delivery, ensuring high-quality streaming and reinforcing its role as Turkiye's leading digital services provider. fiber roll-out strategy has enabled to provide fiber internet to over 5.7 million home passes across 28 cities in Turkiye, and continue its investments to expand infrastructure further. Additionally, in new generation data centers, backed by international Tier 3 certifications, company provide customers with faster and higher quality access to global content.

By attracting more companies, Turkiye's digital landscape will change for the better. This influx of attention will strengthen existing ecosystem and serve as a crucial step towards Turkcell Superonline's Vision of positioning Turkiye as the internet and content hub of region and transforming the Silk Road into the Fiber Road.