|By Business Wire||
|March 17, 2014 09:00 PM EDT||
IneoQuest Technologies, the global leader in video analytics and service assurance solutions, today announced that it will be showcasing its solutions for Monetizing the Video Experience™ at China Content Broadcast Network (CCBN) 2014 from March 20-22, 2014 in Beijing, China. IneoQuest’s industry leading platforms help providers to increase the monetization of their services through video analytics.
“With content and service providers expanding their TV Everywhere service offerings, it is becoming increasingly important for providers to deliver high-quality video content to the right audiences, at the right time, with the right quality of experience,” said Joel Daly, Senior Director, Product Management and Marketing at IneoQuest. “To help providers meet the challenges of delivering multiscreen and OTT video, our innovative solutions provide the meaningful real-time analytics needed to assure video quality, improve customer experience, and ultimately, monetize video services. We look forward to featuring these solutions at CCBN this week.”
CCBN Exhibition Information
IneoQuest will be located at Stand #3501 at CCBN 2014 being held at the China International Exhibition Center in Beijing.
At the show, the company will be showcasing the following video analytics and service assurance solutions that enable providers to Monetize the Video Experience:
- Operational analytics platforms that provide 4-dimensional analysis and reporting on years of video data, giving providers insight into performance over time by understanding problems by program, time, location and error.
- Multiscreen & OTT Video Solutions – industry’s first true end-to-end video analytics and service assurance solutions that provide the real-time data and business intelligence that content and service providers need to gain visibility into their services throughout the entire network.
- Cloud-based Video Service Assurance – provides multi-location validation of adaptive bit rate video stream availability and quality after a 3rd party or operator CDN.
IneoQuest’s solutions leverage quality and service assurance probes that monitor at multiple points in the video delivery chain: at the head-end with quality of experience and publishing validation, post origin server for intra-CDN analytics, at the CDN edge with passive monitoring of 1000s of live sessions post-caching, and active client support to check for video stream availability at any geographical location.
If you would like to set up a meeting with IneoQuest at CCBN2014, please contact Lindsay Ambrose at [email protected].
To learn more about IneoQuest’s solutions for Monetizing the Video Experience, please visit www.ineoquest.com.
About IneoQuest Technologies
With over 600 global customers, IneoQuest is the global leader in video analytics and service assurance solutions that enable video providers to monetize the video experience. IneoQuest’s solutions monitor, analyze and optimize video – independent of the screen or network – with end-to-end visibility into every subscriber, viewing experience, and channel. IneoQuest gives customers the ability to monetize the video experience through verifying and assuring the quality of every viewing experience, understanding and expanding their subscriber base, and growing their returns on capital investments and digital assets. Clients include service providers, broadcasters, content providers, government, equipment manufacturers and enterprises. For more information, visit www.ineoquest.com.
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