The Security of Telchemy Video Conferencing
March 26, 2018
By Mandi Nowitz
Telchemy (News - Alert) has a new member to its embedded analytics suite, the VQmon/EP-VCF, directly aimed at video conferencing endpoints. The system is meshed into video conferencing devices, apps, leveraging VQmon’s models to figure out real-time KPIs and QoE.
VQmon/EP-VCF deploys parts of the video and audio decoding process, fueling video conferencing endpoints to share real-time performance data with, without hindering CPU or memory. A bevy of audio and video codecs are supported, including high def, multi-rate adaptive audio codecs, and current ultra-high definition video.
More than 300 million units of VQmon’s real-time embedded analytics technology have been utilized on several platforms. Those include IP voice and multimedia IoT systems, offering clear and accurate metrics, to further support Service Level Agreements (SLAs), application performance management, service assurance and troubleshooting.
VQmon has been heavily entrusted in routers, switches, handsets, gateways, session border controllers, cloud based systems, softphones and chipsets. Working with an abundance of vendors, Telchemy has done its best to intermesh VQmon technology into products and systems using a broad range of processors and operating systems.
Telchemy has long specialized in global voice and video over IP performance management technology, embedded analytics, and multimedia IoT utilizing VQmon for quality assurance and proper analytics. The embedded analytics used in VQmon and Telchemy’s suite have collected many United States and international patents. These patents add an additional level of encryption to the technology. This is just further advancement for companies leveraging Telchemy in growing markets like video conferencing.
Edited by Erik Linask
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