LiveQoS® is #1 in end-to-end Quality of Service (QoS) for real-time applications

That’s because only LiveQoS® has IPQ™ to find and fix the problems on any wired and wireless network. This guarantees the best video and virtualization experience for smartphones, tablets, laptops and thin clients.


The company’s IPQ™ technology enables OEMs to optimize the network quality to suit the exact requirements of specific network-based applications, platforms or environments. OEMs are facing daunting challenges as both the consumer and the enterprise migrate away from the reliability and predictability of the desktop-and-LAN paradigm. They are moving towards mobile devices (laptops, tablets, smartphones) that are running increasingly demanding, high bandwidth applications (video chat, video streaming, VDI) over the wired LAN, WiFi, 3G/4G, and the public Internet. The confluence of these three megatrends – real-time, mobility, and multiple networks – is driving the new requirement for application-specific network QoS solutions.


IPQ™ is a framework and an evolving set of powerful technologies that maximize the quality of controlled and uncontrolled networks according to actual link conditions and actual application requirements. IPQ™ enables applications to run as-designed in network environments where the application would otherwise fail or the user would suffer unsatisfactory Quality of Experience (QoE). IPQ™ is the only commercially available solution that meets these requirements.


LiveQoS® targets OEMs of devices that run real-time applications, as well as OEMs of applications that require a high level of QoE. OEMs of smartphones, tablets, personal computers and network edge devices as well as ISVs–can all benefit from LiveQoS®’s IPQ technology.


Unlike Forward Error Correction (FEC) technology or Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS), IPQ™ is the only patented, embeddable solution that is efficient enough for mobile devices, capable enough for low latency real-time applications, and smart enough to traverse and optimize multiple network link topologies.