IneoQuest Technologies wins a 2014 Communications Solutions ‘Product of the Year’ award
“IQDialogue ASM has demonstrated true innovation and is amongst the best solutions that facilitate voice, data and video communications brought to market in the past twelve months. I look forward to continued excellence from IneoQuest Technologies in 2014 and beyond.”
IQDialogue ASM is critical component for monitoring, analyzing, and troubleshooting next-generation adaptive streaming protocols and networks, simplifying operational complexities and enabling an improved viewer experience.
Passively and actively monitoring content delivery from the origin server to the client’s end device, IQDialogue ASM provides QoS metrics and key performance indicators of live sessions and the control plane.
“We are honored to have IQDialogue ASM recognized as a winner of this year’s Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award,” said Joel Daly, senior director for product management and marketing at IneoQuest. “A key piece of video network intelligence is the ability to understand the overall Multiscreen and OTT service delivery platform by monitoring, analyzing, and validating adaptive bitrate streaming (ABR) networks. We are happy that TMC has recognized the ability of IQDialogue ASM to provide this level of service and quality assurance with actionable metrics for proactive monitoring in real-time.”
IQDialogue ASM is the industry’s only QoS probe for Adaptive Streaming Video capable of monitoring all aspects of the CDN. The product provides visibility to high value video assets at multiple points in the ABR network from publishing validation, post origin server, through the mid-cache and at the network edge with passive monitoring and active client support at any geographical location.
With the ability to monitor and analyze live, play-back, and Video-on-Demand (VOD) content in a variety of the evolving protocols, this probe is an essential part of achieving the highest video performance across a growing number of viewing platforms and a mixed protocol environment.