Any experienced master control operator or quality control manager will tell you that monitoring hundreds of feeds requires that each individual channel is delivered reliably, on time and to the exact location it was meant to go. When these signals are distributed over the public internet, strict protocols must be followed in order to ensure reliability and quality for every video service it supports.
CommScope, a major TV infrastructure company, is collaborating with OTT video technology firm Kaltura to develop and deliver cloud TV platforms to pay TV and content services worldwide.
Video integration company Insys Video Technologies has made its services available in Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace, starting with Insys VOD Express.
To maintain high quality of experience for their customers, content providers need a way to monitor hundreds—sometimes thousands—of channels without compromising real-time error detection. In most cases, the immense scale of their service offerings makes continual visual monitoring of all streams physically impossible and error prone. To meet this need, the flexibility, scalability and agility of software-defined monitoring systems is applied to achieve unlimited multiviewer scaling and fully automated monitoring and alarming to meet this rapidly increasing need.
The ViacomCBS Pluto TV AvoD (Advertising VoD) service has launched in Spain, increasing its European orbit to five countries.
Orange, France’s biggest mobile and fixed broadband operator, has launched a network PVR (Personal Video Recording) service based on a platform from content delivery network (CDN) and video streaming technology provider Broadpeak.