Inca IP Video Platform
Live Linear and ABR Solution
- Linear transcoding between MPEG-2, MPEG-4 and HEVC
- Modular, flexible chassis with less than 200 W per chassis
- Receive IP, SRT, MPEG-DASH sources
- Output video as multicast IP, HLS or SRT
- Automatic service failover, chassis and power redundancy
Award-Winning Management and Troubleshooting Tools
Detailed Stream Analysis
The Inca IP Video Platform leads the industry with award-winning VidiOS™ management and monitoring tools. Unique to the market, VidiOS™ provides a user-friendly experience to analyze and monitor complex video processing.
Troubleshooting & Monitoring
Features include inbound and outbound video thumbnails, stream sample downloads, extensive statistical analysis, and end-to-end process logging.
Simply enter the multicast address and VidiOS™ functions automatically begin. Visibility to all stream activity is available on the user interface.
Experience Beautiful Video Delivery
Save Rack Space, Power, and Cooling Costs
Consolidate multiple functions and replace racks of legacy, end-of-life, or end-of-support headend equipment with one sophisticated platform.
Deploy Highly Reliable Services
Enjoy peace-of-mind with source, module, and power redundancy options.
Experience Professional Support
With our quality development and strong technical support, you can relax and enjoy reliable operation.
Carrier-Grade Video Delivery Solutions
Extensible HEVC & ABR Capabilities
The Inca Platform was built to connect legacy equipment and with new video technologies, including HEVC and ABR transcode applications. Launch new live ABR services, eliminate set-top boxes, and expand your subscriber base beyond your existing distribution network.
Pair with Full Headend Visual Monitoring
Enable full headend visibility with the All Seeing Eye (ASE) monitoring system. The ASE provides operators with an interactive mosaic view of all video streams in a headend.
WISI has launched the new HXC-200 module for the Inca IP Video Platform. With the new HXC-200 module, operators can now transcode between MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 AVC, or to/from the newer HEVC codec, enabling even better compression than was previously possible.