The criticality of service assurance in OTT services is evolving quickly as audiences grow and large broadcasters double-down on their streaming strategies.
At its core, the network-side can be an early warning system for QoS, which in turn correlates to actual QoE performance.
The features we love about OTT services – such as combined linear and on-demand content, multi-device viewing mobility, tailored viewing experiences, and in some cases better resolutions – are driving the general rapid uptake of OTT services.
EditShare will launch a significant raft of technology upgrades and new functionality at IBC 2023. In addition to the new user interface, EditShare One, announced in July, the company is adding NVMe capabilities to provide ultimate performance in intensive workloads, and Swift Link, bringing up to 10x improvement in performance between remote workstations and EFS systems that are located on prem or in FLEX cloud environments.
As remote production, multi-site teams and content storage & delivery all increasingly rely on cloud-based infrastructures, the technology required to build cloud-based systems is maturing at a rapid pace. ‘The Cloud’ is literally going to be everywhere at this years show.
Part 5 of The Big Guide To OTT is a set of three articles which define what quality assurance looks like for OTT and the technical challenges for monitoring on the network side and client side.
“In every job that must be done, there is an element of fun. You find the fun and… snap! The job’s a game!” - Mary Poppins, Disney Studios 1964.
Achieving ‘broadcast-grade-streaming’ sets a latency target of 5s - no easy task with current norms of about 30-60 seconds. We delve into the standards and cutting edge thinking involved in trying to reach this goal.
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