03.11.2008 08:02 AM
Spirent unveils Video Quality Analyzer, GEM impairment emulator

Spirent Communications has launched the Video Quality Analyzer (VQA), a comprehensive tool allowing network equipment manufacturers and service providers to assess more than 100 metrics related to delivering high-quality IPTV.

The company also is rolling out the TIA-921A feature for the GEM hardware-based Ethernet Network Impairment Emulator from Anue Systems. The release allows for the emulation of real-world IPTV-focused network impairments based on the American National Standards Institute/Telecommunications Industry Association ANSI/TIA-921A Standard and International Telecommunications Union ITU-T G.1050-2007 Recommendation.

The company will show both new solutions at the IPTV World Forum in London March 12-14.

For more information, visit: www.spirent.com.


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