06.01.2007 12:00 AM
Triveni Digital Releases New Edition of StreamScope RM-40
Triveni Digital, a subsidiary of LG Electronics, has released the RM-40 HBE (high-bandwidth edition), the latest addition to the company's StreamScope family of stream-quality monitoring, analysis, and troubleshooting systems.

The RM-40 HBE has the ability to perform complex MPEG monitoring at 1 Gbps, which extends the monitoring capabilities of the StreamScope RM-40 to include the entire Gigabit Ethernet stream. Like the StreamScope RM-40, the RM-40 HBE offers low-cost remote monitoring, measurement, recording, and analysis of DTV streams in real time to ensure its reliability and compliance standards.

"As cable operators increasingly move toward core infrastructures using GigE transport, they require the means to evaluate the full GigE stream and maintain comprehensive MPEG 2 monitoring," said Ralph Bachofen, director of product management and marketing at Triveni Digital. "The RM-40 HBE gives the cable operator full-time monitoring of the GigE stream against MPEG-2 standards, thus ensuring that any issues can be identified quickly and addressed immediately."

The RM-40 HBE can be monitored from any Web browser in the network, and can be configured to distribute alarms via e-mail, SMS, or SNMP traps. The RM-40 HBE interfaces to Triveni Digital's StreamScope MT-40 for further analysis and troubleshooting.

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