BADU Networks

BADU has a simple, cost-effective network acceleration appliance product that can increase carrier grade wireless AND Wi-Fi throughput 50%-300%….without changing hardware, software, or content on either end.

  • Founded in Orange County late 2012
  • Leader in web performance optimization
  • Offer appliances, software, and service solutions for Web, Mobile, Wi-Fi and Cloud applications
  • Unique and revolutionary approach to wireless acceleration
  • Technology proven in carrier-grade production environment

Problems we solve

  • Poor Wi-Fi performance for any network
  • Poor video quality – slow starting with buffering and low bit-rates
  • Spotty last mile performance for mobile devices from service provider networks
  • Bad internet conditions that cause slow loading of web pages
  • Slow data backups and synchronizations

Business Brief


  • Badu Network’s patent-pending technology WarpTCP mitigates the weaknesses and inefficiencies of TCP, especially over wireless networks
  • PingFog product suite based on WarpTCP.
  • What PingFog and WarpTCP are NOT:

– caching

– compression

– de-duplication

– transcoding

– packet filtering

– traffic shaping (QoS)

  • Product Offering:

– PingFog Server

– PingFog Carrier

– PingFog OEM

– PingFog Enterprise

Product & Technology

Why Badu Technology

  • Dramatically improves the user experience
  • Additive — is complementary to current optimization products like CDN and FEO
  • Easy to deploy — easy to install, no need for continuous tuning
  • Flexibility — deployed as software, virtual instance or an appliance
  • Asymmetric — no receiving side software or hardware required
  • Transparency — agnostic to content, no changes to application or networks
  • Long term investment — PingFog benefits will not be impacted by changes in the network or applications

Typical Customers

  • Internet Service Providers
  • CDNs looking for a better edge performance
  • eCommerce web sites that want to go faster
  • Cloud providers (SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS)
  • Enterprises using the cloud to deliver applications or services globally
  • Any company that has latency sensitive applications running across the Internet
  • Hosted Service providers
  • Application Delivery Controller (ADC) manufacturers
  • Mobile Handset or Tablet Manufacturers
  • Hotel or School campus with congested or slow Wi-Fi