Interra Systems and BuyDRM integrate monitoring with DRMWednesday, July 8th, 2020
BuyDRM and Interra Systems Integrate KeyOS and ORION-OTT for Real-Time Quality Control of DRM-Managed Content
AUSTIN, Texas — BuyDRM announced today that Interra Systems has now integrated their ORION-OTT end-to-end monitoring platform with the KeyOS multi-DRM platform. Using the KeyOS CPIX spec, Interra Systems’ ORION-OTT platform acquires the appropriate key necessary to process DRM-managed video through the platform.
KeyOS is an award-winning, studio-approved multi-DRM platform for premium content distribution. The MultiKey Service provides a robust, scalable solution for secure premium content delivery in both live and VOD formats. BuyDRM prides itself on being one of the largest, if not the largest, distributor of DRM license keys in the world. KeyOS is capable of supporting 100B license key deliveries a year using a variety of in-house developed technologies including the KeyOS MultiKey Server for Linux and Windows.
Interra Systems’ ORION-OTT is a comprehensive monitoring platform for quality assurance of ABR streams across the media delivery points such as post-transcode, post-origin server, CDN, and at the edge.
“We’re pleased to have ORION-OTT integrated with the market-leading KeyOS multi-DRM platform. DRM systems are being widely adopted by video service providers to secure and monetize OTT streams,” said Anupama Anantharaman, VP of Product Management at Interra Systems. With this integration, ORION-OTT, will provide QoE and audio-video quality measurements. This technical partnership ensures secure content and ease of verification at any point in the OTT workflow for our customers.”
“Working with Interra Systems, BuyDRM was able to support our largest client in India with their quality assurance needs,” said BuyDRM CEO & Founder Christopher Levy. “With KeyOS and ORION-OTT, mutual clients can now quickly deploy DRM and quality assurance systems that are highly integrated for compatibility.”
Links: BuyDRM; Interra Systems
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