Alvalinks launched Cloudrider, described as a live IP video network observability suite that analyses the health of the network.
Cloudrider delivers a single pane of glass and aims to simplify and automate troubleshooting for live video delivery over the Internet, reducing time to resolution and ensuring operational efficiency.
Adi Rozenberg, co-founder, Alvalinks, said: “Alvalinks was founded to bridge the gap between networking complexities, and the absolute need to leverage live video over the internet. When dealing with live video, it is simply not sustainable if it takes several weeks to solve errors, as is often the case. This is making streaming over the Internet cumbersome and needlessly difficult. We provide the tools to give video providers complete observability and peace of mind, helping them maximise the benefits of live video over the Internet.”
Customers include technology vendors and service providers, using Alvalinks to monitor networks for their own customers, as well as multiple large broadcasters worldwide.
Gabriel Kerner, CEO at Alvalinks, added: “Video providers are under increasing pressure to adapt to rapidly evolving consumer habits, where agility and flexibility are key when creating and making live video content available across the world. This is accelerating a transition to cloud workflows and internet delivery, however until now there has been no way to continuously observe the network and pinpoint errors, in real-time, with that delivery. We believe this technology changes the game for live video delivery.”