TV Connect: Edgeware targets multiscreen video delivery

Swedish firm Edgeware has released a new multiscreen version of its Distributed Video Delivery Network (D-VDN) solution, targeting cost-effective delivery of differentiated video services with real-time monitoring.

The new release includes intelligent session and content management options that enable increased savings in backhaul costs when delivering large back-catalogues, catch-up TV or network PVR services, along with advanced monitoring features to enable true, real-time analytics, even when delivering adaptive bit rate (ABR) streaming to millions of simultaneous devices.

The Edgeware D-VDN Solution now includes options to intelligently distribute content and client requests over multiple servers in a content-aware cluster, along with optional monitoring modules.

“Cost effective delivery of large time-shift and back-catalogue services is a real challenge, as is true, real-time monitoring of the delivered quality as the service scales,” said Jon Haley, VP product marketing and business development, Edgeware. “These new features were requested by customers striving to delivery highly differentiated, multiscreen services.”


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