by Angela Guess
According to a new press release, “Telchemy, the leading provider of software analytics technology for real time applications and IoT, announced the availability of VQmon 4.3. VQmon analyzes Video Streaming, Videoconferencing, Voice over IP, Data and IPTV, providing accurate and detailed metrics in real time. The new VQmon 4.3 release adds analytics for AVS and AVS+ video codecs, QUIC and HTTP Chunked Transfer Encoding video streaming protocols, and extended support for Silk/Opus, variable rate iSAC and fast rate switched AMR-NB/WB speech codecs. VQmon is the most widely deployed real time IoT/ embedded analytics technology for IP voice, audio and video systems, with an installed base in excess of 300 million units. It provides accurate QoE metrics using Telchemy’s advanced perceptual models, which reflect the impact of time varying impairments on user perceived quality. This provides more accurate and stable metrics to support Service Level Agreements, application performance management, service assurance and troubleshooting. VQmon is unique in its ability to analyze encrypted voice and video streams.”
The release goes on, “VQmon is extensively deployed in routers, switches, handsets, gateways, cloud based systems, session border controllers, softphones and chipsets, and has been licensed by many of the leading IP voice and video equipment manufacturers. The technology is highly reliable and benefits from over fifteen years of field deployment in a wide range of networks. Telchemy has worked with hundreds of equipment manufacturers to integrate VQmon into their products and systems across a broad range of processors and operating systems. VQmon is exceptionally efficient and is able to analyze large volumes of traffic with relatively low computational load. This advanced embedded analytics technology is protected by seven granted US patents and associated international patents, with additional patent applications pending. These granted patents encompass the QoE analysis of voice, video, audio and data streams with time-varying impairments, the analysis of encrypted video streams and the integration of voice/video QoE monitoring agent technology into mobile handsets and set-top boxes.”
Read more at Business Wire.
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