ATEME, a global leader in HEVC, H.264, and MPEG-2 video compression solutions for broadcast, cable, DTH, IPTV, and OTT today announced a technological partnership with Interra Systems, a global provider of quality control (QC), monitoring and analysis solutions to the digital media industry.
The partnership will provide mutual customers around the world, such as broadcasters, telcos, cable operators, and OTT providers, with an efficient and cost-effective solution for delivering superior quality video experiences on multiple devices.
“We have been using Interra Systems’ BATON® QC and ORION™ monitoring platforms in our R&D test environment for a long time to monitor file-based workflow transcoding as well as check real-time content integrity. Overall, Interra Systems provides a comprehensive QC, monitoring, and reporting tool that is a perfect match for our compression solutions,” said François Le Crom, R&D manager for methods tools & tests at ATEME. “Keeping in mind the challenges our customers face in delivering a growing amount of high-quality video content, we are very happy to partner with Interra Systems to ensure error-free content delivery.”
“We are excited to partner with ATEME, the specialist in video delivery infrastructure and a world leading provider of bandwidth-efficient compression technology,” said Penny Westlake, director of sales Europe at Interra Systems. “Their feedback helps us to evaluate which improvements need to be made to our solutions, enabling our customers to deliver their content without having to compromise on video quality.”
About Interra Systems (www.interrasystems.com)
Interra Systems is a global leader in providing quality control (QC), monitoring, and analysis solutions for the digital media industry. The company’s products include BATON®, a next-generation hybrid QC solution for file-based workflow that ensures high-quality content at every stage; ORION™ and ORION™-OTT real-time content monitors for linear and streaming workflows; and VEGA™ media analyzers for compliance, debugging, and troubleshooting of encoded streams.