Boro service
Quick Start

Quick Start

Just 10 minutes for probe deployment

Easy to use

Easy to use

Friendly data layout and all the advantages of web interface

INSTANT NOTIFICATIONS

INSTANT NOTIFICATIONS

Fix the problem before the customer gets to know about it

Continuous, non-stop monitoring and analysis

Continuous, non-stop monitoring and analysis

Probes operating 24/7. You have total control over the network.

Low CAPEX and OPEX

Low CAPEX and OPEX

Saving on specific equipment, reduction of network maintenance expenses

Customer loyalty

Customer loyalty

Keeping the stable customer base providing continuous quality control of your services and quick fixation of the detected violations

Monitored parameters

How it works

Elecard Boro is a software product (client-server application) consisting of 2 parts: a software Boro probe and a cloud-based Boro server designed to collect and process statistics.

 

Software Boro probes are distributed over the network and transfer video specific data to the Boro server; the cloud-based Boro server receives, analyzes and aggregates the statistical data provided by Boro probes.

 

Service provides fast and cost-effective monitoring of content delivery networks and ensures localization of the most common violations.

 

  1. The Boro probe software is set up at the head-end station, at input streams monitoring points and after transcoding, multiplexing and encrypting modules. Additional locations might include end-points of main delivery networks, signal distribution points and last mile locations.
  2. The user starts the probe in the monitoring point. Tasks for analysis are assigned to the probe in the dashboard of the Boro service. Boro probe detects violations in the stream and transfers the detailed statistical information to Elecard Boro server.

  3. The server aggregates the received data,  provides reports in easy-to-understand graphic form for each segment of the network in the web browser, and ensures fast email notification about network violations.

Key features

Software and Hardware specifications

Supported formats and protocols

  • Protocols:
  • UDP, RTP, HTTP, HLS, DVB; File (TS)
  • Video:
  • MPEG-2, AVC/H.264, HEVC/H.265
  • Transport:
  • MPEG-2 TS (SPTS/MPTS)

System Requirements

  • Minimum Hardware requirements : 
  • •  SSE2 support (Intel® Pentium 4 and higher, AMD® Opteron and Athlon 64 and higher)

  • Software requirements: 
  • •  Windows 7/8/8.1/10 64 bit, Server 2008/2012 64 bit

    •  Linux 64 bit + glibc-2.11 (October 2009, Debian 6, Ubuntu 10.04, SLES 11, RHEL 6, CentOS 6) or higher

Supported browsers

  • Chromium, version 51 and later

  • Google Chrome, version 51 and later

  • Mozilla Firefox, version 47 and later

Application

Start using Boro service

 

 

Trial version allows monitoring of 10 streams during 7 days. After the trial period is over, one stream is available for the analysis forever and for free. By using the Boro Service, you accept the Elecard Boro User License Agreement.

Contact us to extend the trial period or get any information concerning Elecard Boro.

Contact for demo

Local monitoring solution

There is a couple of licensing alternatives for Elecard monitoring software to fit your project requirements

 

Probo SDK

Software development kit designed for implementation of distributed QoS and QoE monitoring systems intended for ongoing control over transport streams and encoded content quality.

Boro Solution

Stand-alone solution comprising server and probes to be installed within the local network.

Resources

Video

Webinar about Consolidation View in Elecard Boro.

Testimonial

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News & Events

Elecard team will demonstrate its key products for transcoding, analysis and monitoring powered by new possibilities at NAB 2019

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