Interra Systems’ ORION-OTT Solution Passes Rigorous Foundational Technical Review

Interra Systems has successfully completed the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Foundational Technical Review (FTR) of its ORION-OTT, a comprehensive monitoring solution for the quality assurance of OTT streams, in the cloud or on-premises.

Interra Systems is a member of the AWS Partner Network (APN), a global community of AWS Partners that leverage programs, expertise, and resources to build, market, and sell customer offerings.

Earlier this year, Interra Systems passed an AWS FTR of its BATON solution, which is an industry-leading machine learning and artificial intelligence-enabled automated quality control (QC) platform. With the availability of both BATON and ORION-OTT in the cloud, media companies can now take advantage of newer, faster processors for optimum performance, and have the flexibility to streamline content production and delivery from anywhere in the world to ensure optimum video quality and viewer experience.

FloSports, a video streaming service dedicated to sports and offering live and on-demand access to hundreds of thousands of events across 25+ vertical sports categories in the U.S. and abroad, is one company that is realizing the benefits of deploying Interra Systems’ ORION-OTT in the cloud.

As an APN member, Interra Systems is uniquely positioned to help media companies take full advantage of all that AWS has to offer and accelerate their journey to the cloud. FTRs help APN members identify and remediate risks in their products or solutions. The AWS FTR is led by an AWS Partner Solutions Architect who reviews independent software vendor (ISV) products and solutions against a specific set of security, reliability, and operational excellence requirements.

Leveraging industry-proven, audio/video quality analysis technologies, Interra Systems’ ORION-OTT is a comprehensive monitoring solution for LIVE services and video on demand (VOD) assets, in the cloud or on-premises. It offers service providers a high-performance, scalable solution to verify Adaptive Bitrate (ABR) videos for monitoring both Quality of Service (QoS) and Quality of Experience (QoE). ORION-OTT also provides passive monitoring of origin server performance and end-user devices to understand recurrent issues and their causes, while its web-based interface allows remote monitoring through any browser-enabled device.

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