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Quiptel Media Platform launched

Quiptel, a provider of next generation Internet TV software platforms, has announced the general availability of the Quiptel Media Platform, (QMP) 3.0, an end-to–end suite of software modules that enable Broadcast quality IPTV, OTT, On-Demand and Catch Up TV services over unmanaged and managed networks.

The Quiptel Media Platform provides operators, content providers and broadcasters with an adaptive streaming platform they say dramatically reduces bandwidth availability requirements whilst delivering high quality video content to customers, irrespective of device, hardware or network. QMP is available as white-label managed service or via traditional software licensing.

Announcing the availability of the Quiptel Media Platform, Mr. Peter Do, Chief Technology Officer and founder, said that the launch of QMP offers operators, content owners and broadcasters alike with a comprehensive end-to-end media delivery solution that is highly scalable as an on-demand architecture: “It provides a greater than 50% capex & opex saving for service providers over traditional IPTV systems, enabling a quicker time to market while expressly focusing on quality of service video delivery. ”.

Quiptel’s patented technology achieves  ‘broadcast-like’ HD and SD video streaming over the open Internet, by making the most of the available bandwidth, maintaining consistent data flow by intelligent network routing and by use of state of the art encoding and bitrate adaptation.

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