Agama upgrades video analytics

April 28, 2020
Agama has launched version 6.0 of its video analytics suite, including new collaboration features and integration support, along with more powerful analytics. Version 6.0 of ...

Agama has launched version 6.0 of its video analytics suite, including new collaboration features and integration support, along with more powerful analytics.

Version 6.0 of the Agama Video Analytics solution supports integrations with several collaboration platforms, and the new Agama Widget SDK supports data integration from any source into the solution.

"Sharing information quickly and easily on collaboration platforms such as Slack or MS Teams is an integral part of many workflows. The new collaboration features in Agama version 6.0 allow insights to be shared and annotated seamlessly between stakeholders and team members," said Johan Gorsjo, director of product management at Agama. "I'm also very excited to announce the Agama Widget SDK - a complete environment for operators to build and deploy widgets to integrate with any kind of data source - directly in the Agama dashboards, for correlation and further insights."

The new release is intended to widen the scope for headend monitoring and assurance with IP-SDI capabilities, enabling monitoring of baseband video services over IP, also in virtualized and cloud headends. In the headend visualization area, a new Penalty box functionality shows thumbnails of impacted channels for visual confirmation and highlighting of problems.

The OTT 360 and new IPTV 360 Analytics add-ons are intended to visualize the real-time flow from the headend through the IP network or CDN to the consumer device for all services to pinpoint customer impact and where problems are originating.

The Agama version 6.0 is available now.        

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