10.07.2005 08:00 AM
Path 1 introduces new monitoring applications for IP video

Path 1 Network Technologies has released Diagnostic, Analysis and Stream Health (DASH), its first IP video monitoring application.

The DASH application supports quality assurance initiatives for broadcast-quality IP video transport by detecting problems with the video streams intrinsic during transport over packet-based networks.

When employed with the Path 1 VX8000 IP video gateway, the integrated technologies detect and correct errors like IP network jitter, packet loss, excessive latency, out-of-order packets and other visible disruptions that impair the performance of the video service and adversely affect viewer.

For more information, visit www.path1.com.

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