06.11.2007 02:58 PM
TI, Network Physics collaborate on optimizing IPTV, VoIP end-user experience

Texas Instruments (TI) and Network Physics have announced a development initiative centered on delivering optimized end-user experiences for VoIP and IPTV services.

Designed around TI PIQUA quality management system, the partnership will help service providers and enterprise IT managers deliver important real-time visibility into performance-related problems and provide automated corrective actions that can be deployed to mitigate some of the challenges with delivering IP-based services.

Based on TI's digital signal processor (DSP) technology and embedded software solutions, TI's PIQUA system uses sophisticated, real-time calculations to assess quality parameters related to the user's experience instantly, allowing both equipment manufacturers and service providers to adapt to changing conditions and make adjustments.

For more information, visit: www.ti.com and www.networkphysics.com.

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