Qligent to Bring Vision to 2016 NAB Show

Cloud monitoring platform can offer help with upcoming repacks situations, says company

MELBOURNE, FLA.—With the spectrum repack on the horizon, Qligent says it aims to help broadcasters manage channel-sharing and bandwidth-challenged VHF and UHF scenarios with its Vision cloud monitoring platform. Featuring self-hosted and managed service development options, Vision gives broadcasters a platform to monitor, analyze and troubleshoot signal health and program quality throughout the air chain.

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Vision has a pay-as-you-go OPEX model that can be deployed as either a self-hosted or monitoring-as-a-service (MaaS) configuration. The latter is known as Qligent’s Overnight MaaS platform and is designed to remove the monitoring onus from TV stations while ensuring compliance with service-level agreements. The company says that is offers a team of experts to support QoS andQoE-related monitoring tasks offsite.

Qligent will demo the Vision platform at the upcoming 2016 NAB Show, which runs from April 16-21 in Las Vegas. The company will be located at booth N1011.