Agama Extending OTT Monitoring

Sept. 3, 2013
Agama Technologies is using IBC2013 in Amsterdam to present the latest OTT and multiscreen enhancements, including support for MPEG-DASH, to its DTV Monitoring Solution. It's intended for continuous real-time monitoring and QA of end-to-end video distribution. A...
Agama Technologies is using IBC2013 in Amsterdam to present the latest OTT and multiscreen enhancements, including support for MPEG-DASH, to its DTV Monitoring Solution. It's intended for continuous real-time monitoring and QA of end-to-end video distribution. Agama will also preview its upcoming version 4.5 of the solution.Also, Agama's QA client for Embedded Monitoring is now available for all major OTT device platforms, including iOS, Android, Silverlight, JavaScript (Smart TV/HTML5) and Flash. Service usage and quality metrics are continuously collected in real time from the OTT clients and can be presented in a unified manner for service operation teams.

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