Qligent Brings Station To Nation Vision Microservices To NAB Show 2024

Qligent returns to NAB with their release of Vision 5 which offers a more efficient and economical monitoring and analysis platform for enterprise-level businesses.

Qligent’s Vision 5 software release is based on a cloud-native microservices framework that allows any media organization to better serve distributed architectures for broadcast, cable, satellite and OTT/streaming networks.

The company developed Vision 5 to address the need for deeper end-to-end monitoring of next generation broadcast and MVPD networks, providing greater visibility across the entire media supply chain. Vision 5 utilizes a microservices approach that allows enterprise-level businesses to target core media services, including QoE/QoS/compliance monitoring, for specific media workflows, audiences and/or subscribers. This is especially helpful for broadcasters and MVPDs as they transition to remotely operated hybrid network models.

Vision 5 also offers a comprehensive monitoring and analysis solution for ATSC 1.0 and ATSC 3.0 signals, providing North American broadcasters with the same quality assurance for both standards from a single dashboard. The Vision 5 release also builds in a detailed analytics platform to help users access underlying information on performance across the media supply chain through to the delivery point.

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