Agama, VisualOn Partner on OTT Quality

At IBC in Amsterdam, Agama Technologies and VisualOn are partnering to deliver a pre-integrated player SDK solution for video service quality ...

Agama adds remote PHY monitoring
Agama adds remote PHY monitoring

At IBC in Amsterdam, Agama Technologies and VisualOn are partnering to deliver a pre-integrated player SDK solution for video service quality assurance for over-the-top (OTT) providers.

The pre-integration of Agama's video service assurance solution with VisualOn's cross platform, multi-media framework is intended to provide real-time 24/7 monitoring, assurance and analytics technology into VisualOn-powered devices.

"Agama and VisualOn have joined forces to deliver a pre-integrated offering with customer experience as the focus," said Yang Cai, CEO of VisualOn. "VisualOn's deep client analytics combined with Agama's innovative quality assurance and analytics technologies provides a platform for OTT operators to effectively ensure the quality of their service delivery."

"We are delighted to be partnering with a leading vendor such as VisualOn to enable a pre-integration with our solution," said Mikael Dahlgren, CEO of Agama Technologies. "In today's fast-moving OTT environment, it is important to maintain efficiency when rolling out new services by shortening the integration time and minimizing the risk within projects."

Agama's OTT Service Assurance solution is intended to show operators the actual performance of their video services. The solution provides both an aggregated overview and fine-grained details about each device, in the home or on the go. The solution is designed to scale to millions of devices and to support technical operations, service management and development, as well as customer care and media consumption analytics.

VisualOn's OnStream MediaPlayer+ (OSMP+) is a multimedia player development kit intended to enable cross-platform content delivery and playback on connected devices, including mobile handsets, tablets, desktops, laptops, set-top boxes and smart TVs. It's designed to support the development of both enterprise and consumer-grade streaming video/audio applications and for playback across multiple hardware architecture and platforms. It incorporates HEVC (H.265), H.264, AAC and others, as well as most adaptive streaming protocols and closed captioning/subtitle formats.

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