Selfie Networks has unveiled its zero-rating toolkit and brings information and technology to help all actors in the ecosystem – telcos, application providers, and regulators, the company said.
Zero rating is the practice of providing Internet service for specific applications at a different per-GB cost (either free or discounted)
Along with its products, the company also publishes a state of industry report, the first of its kind that highlights opportunities and challenges from implementing zero rating programs, and how well they comply with net neutrality regulations.
Selfie Connect is an end-to-end solution for mobile operators to rapidly onboard new application providers in their programs, in order to better serve their users and meet compliance requirements when applicable.
Selfie Networks, founded by Yiannis Yiakoumis (Stanford PhD) and Nick McKeown (Stanford Professor and serial entrepreneur) builds technology to democratize partnerships between application providers and mobile operators, and enable innovative network services in the presence of net neutrality. Selfie Networks is headquartered in San Francisco, California, and funded by top-tier investors, including Bowery Capital, Lightspeed Ventures, and several luminaries in the networking and systems space. Visit https://selfienetworks.com/ .