On The NAB Exhibit Floor: Interra Systems

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Interra Systems, a global provider of software products and solutions to the digital media industry, will demonstrate its end-to-end QC, monitoring and analysis solutions approach for the streaming media industry. The company’s complete set of software-based tools provide scalability, performance, and centralized management enabling service providers to deliver video on every device in the most efficient and cost-effective manner possible.

“The global video streaming market is set to grow from $30.29 billion in 2016 to $70.05 billion by 2021. As broadcasters and other service providers embrace OTT workflows, they need proven audio and video analysis technologies that will ensure the delivery of technically sound content,” said Sunil Jain, CEO of Interra Systems. “At Interra Systems, we offer a complete solution for the content streaming industry, comprising QC to monitoring and analysis for both live and video-on-demand content. By ensuring superior online video and audio quality for our customers, we enable them to focus on other mission-critical content production and delivery tasks, increase customer satisfaction, and boost revenue.”

Interra Systems’ solutions include Baton, a market-leading, next-generation hybrid QC solution for file-based workflow that ensures high-quality content at every stage; Orion-OTT, a software-based OTT monitoring solution for flawless delivery of live and VOD streaming content; Orion, a real-time content monitoring solution for the delivery of error-free linear broadcast of superior-quality video; and Vega, a family of audio/video analyzers for standards compliance, debug, and interoperability of encoded streams.

Interra Systems’ enterprise-class, end-to-end solutions are widely adopted and trusted by operators in the global broadcast, cable, telco, satellite, IPTV, over-the-top (OTT), and post-production markets. Interra Systems’ solutions assure high-quality, high-capacity video delivery to every screen through exhaustive QC checks, ABR stream validation, real-time QoE measurements at the content delivery stage, live content monitoring, and deep-dive compressed stream analysis.

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