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.

BUSINESS CHALLENGE

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.

OUR SOLUTION

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.

TARGET CUSTOMER

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.

COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE

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.