Video routing improvements that control the way video streams are delivered across networks can yield huge benefits for both video delivery network providers and customers of their services. It can ensure that video uptime is maximised, with optimal bandwidth and latency being utilised. Ultimately, this increases end user satisfaction and ensures customers of video delivery networks and content owners can garner a large and engaged audience.
Because of the importance of video routing improvements and technology,
QoE video monitoring is vital for companies that provide OTT or video streaming services to end users. It can help ensure video data is getting to where it needs to quickly and efficiently, while also allowing content providers to find out where any problems arise so that they can be quickly remedied.
The latest company to implement QoE video monitoring is German cable network operator and Cologne-based Unitymedia.
Video delivery network solutions are in hot demand as more and more people access high definition video online and across a variety of devices. With the rise of mobile internet and cheap mobile devices, as well as the popularity of services such as Amazon Prime Video, Netflix and Hulu, global networks are now required to optimise their data flows for low bandwidth high latency networks more than ever.