How to Run a Video War Room: Real-Time QoE Monitoring with Mux

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Cyril Duprat, Director of Business Development, Mux

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Scenario: Interior, a war room, unfathomable graphs on the wall blinking. A twitter timeline is shown. Tweets start flying by complaining of buffering. A woman looks up from her laptop, underlighting her face. A red phone rings; the CEO just experienced rebuffering. Woman: "Mother of god". A look of panic shoots across her face. She opens the Mux dashboard. Woman: "Oh, it's just Akafrontly playing up again. Easy fix. Good thing the Mux Dashboard helps me see real time QoE data, and lets me drill down into what’s causing the problem". She types furiously for a few seconds and the problem resolves. Friends and colleagues cheer. The woman is promoted, and the stock price doubles. Her husband cooks her favorite dinner that night and her children do their homework without complaining.

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