Telestream Inspect 2110 Is Now Available to Find and Fix Faults Fast in ST 2110 Video Operations


The probe incorporates direct link to PRISM waveform monitor: an industry first single vendor ST 2110 monitoring plus deep analysis solution

Last Updated: September 15, 2020 2:00 pm GMT
(Nevada City, CA--September 15, 2020) Telestream, a global leader in media workflow orchestration, media streaming and delivery technologies, has started taking orders for its Inspect 2110 Quality Assurance (QA) probe. Designed to seamlessly integrate alongside Telestream’s PRISM waveform monitor, Inspect 2110 monitors ST 2110 video streams including PTP synchronization at broadcast production facilities and contribution streams to TV service providers.

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Inspect 2110 enables automated monitoring of ST 2110 video networking, providing operations teams with visibility and alert by exception of their entire video networks. It provides high performance software-based monitoring up to 100Gbps of ST 2110 video, audio, and data across dual 100GE interfaces. SDP file comparison confirm that video streams are working as expected at the same time as providing automated confirmation and comparison of redundant streams.

Broadcasters, production and contribution engineering and operations teams use PRISM for deep analysis of ST 2110 content. The PRISM SDI/IP waveform monitor is the market leading deployment of ST 2110 and PTP deep analysis, trusted by broadcasters, operators and most vendors. Now, Inspect 2110 provides automated direct click connectivity to PRISM for deep analysis, providing an industry leading combination of ST 2110 monitoring and deep analysis solution.

The prism display showing advanced HDR WCG false color gamut error and CIE charts

Users report that PTP synchronization is a top challenge for ST 2110 migration. Now, Inspect 2110 monitors PTP behavior and status while the PRISM waveform monitor enables deep analysis.

Throughout its development, Telestream has future-proofed Inspect 2110’s design at every stage. It features an API-first container-based microservice architecture for automation, which is ready for cloud-centric architectures.

The Prism display showing web UI provides full featured access to a variety of information and status tables

“As ST 2110 networks grow, operations staff lose visibility and require scalable automated monitoring to provide visibility and alert on exceptions,” commented Agostino Canepa, Director of Product Management at Telestream. “With Inspect 2110 and PRISM operating in combination we have developed the first ST 2110 Monitoring & Waveform Monitor single vendor solution.”

“Using all the development resources of Telestream’s IQ and Tek Video business units, we have developed Inspect 2110 to provide scalable monitoring for simplified management of growing video networks. It provides single click automated connection of any ST 2110 video stream to PRISM for deep analysis, offering a single vendor monitoring & deep analysis solution,” Canepa concludes.

The Inspect 2110 display shows WGC and color management in live and post production

Telestream is taking orders for Inspect 2110 globally and will start shipments this Fall. For more information, and to organize a demonstration, go to


About Telestream
For over 20 years, Telestream® has been at the forefront of innovation in the digital video industry. The company develops products for media processing and workflow orchestration; live capture, streaming, production and video quality assurance; and video and audio test solutions that make it possible to reliably get video content to any audience regardless of how it is created, distributed or viewed. Telestream solutions are available on premises or in the cloud as well as in hybrid combinations. Telestream is privately held with corporate headquarters located in Nevada City, California and Westwood, Massachusetts. For company and product information, visit


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