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IneoQuest Technologies Joins the Intel® Network Builders Program to Help Develop SDN and NFV-based Solutions

IneoQuest Technologies, the global leader in video analytics and service assurance solutions, today announced it has joined the Intel® Network Builders program, a new cross-industry initiative focused on the Networking and Communications Infrastructure market. Launched at the 2013 Intel Developers Forum (IDF), the Intel® Network Builders program brings together world-class industry leaders to develop solutions based on software-defined networks (SDN) and network function virtualization (NFV) infrastructures, to reduce CAPEX and OPEX.

“We are honored to be invited to join the Intel Network Builders program,” said Calvin Harrison, COO of IneoQuest. “As SDN and NFV technology is creating more business opportunities in the telecom space, we look forward to collaborating with other leaders in the Communications Infrastructure market to develop advanced SDN and NFV solutions for service providers.”

“We are happy to welcome IneoQuest as an inaugural member of our Network Builders program,” said Renu Navale, manager of the Intel Network Builders program. “By working in partnership with industry-leading companies like IneoQuest, this program will increase ecosystem alignment, ignite innovation, reduce development effort, and increase interoperability, to help members bring world-class solutions to market more quickly and cost-effectively.”

Participating in the Intel Network Builders program will enable IneoQuest to further grow awareness of the benefits of its video analytics and service assurance solution for adaptive bitrate streaming (ABR) video environments. With service providers looking to support Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), IneoQuest takes advantage of Intel's reference architecture platforms to deploy its probing technology in the Mobile network to monitor and analyze video services, adaptive streaming protocols and networks, simplifying operational complexities and improving the viewer experience. Deploying IneoQuest’s virtualized probing technology allows operators to reduce IT support, CAPEX and OPEX while providing a better understanding of their video services and guaranteeing a quality viewing experience.

Additionally, IneoQuest and Intel recently worked together on a white paper titled, "Video Analytics at the Mobile Edge – Optimizing/Monetizing Viewing Experience." This white paper discusses how IneoQuest enables real-time analytics for Intel's processors-based smart cell. To read this joint white paper, please click here.

To view IneoQuest’s page on the Intel Network Builders site, please click here.

About IneoQuest Technologies

With over 500 global customers, IneoQuest is the leader in video analytics providing solutions to monitor, analyze and optimize video – independent of the screen or network – with end-to-end visibility into every subscriber, viewing experience, channel, and advertisement. IneoQuest’s solutions give customers the ability to verify and assure the quality of every viewing experience, understand and expand their subscriber base, and grow their returns on capital investments and digital assets. Clients include service providers, broadcasters, content providers, government, equipment manufacturers and enterprises. For more information, visit www.ineoquest.com.

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