Mediaproxy is set to showcase upgrades to its LogServer IP logging, monitoring and analysis system during CABSAT 2020.
Mediaproxy produces technology for playout systems and platforms such as LogServer are also able to analyse and correct any problems or faults in the distribution chain.
Mediaproxy recently added exception-based monitoring to LogServer's feature set which uses IP penalty boxes that allow broadcasters and MSOs (multiple system operators) working at scale to deal with QC and compliance more efficiently.
Among other new features for LogServer that address the needs of network operators running multiple stations and playout streams is a live source comparison tool. This identifies mismatched content in real-time and is able to compare one or more live sources using video material. An alert is sent to operators immediately if irregularities are detected.
"CABSAT is the show to be at to reach broadcasters and facilities in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia," said Rajesh Patel,VP sales and solutions for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), Mediaproxy.
"The specific showcase for content delivery and distribution shows how important this part of the broadcasting process is and we look forward to being part of such a targeted exhibition with our Asian region media and technology partner ideal systems."