Featured this year at IBC, JDSU will display its recently unveiled NetComplete Digital and QT-1100 video monitoring system for IPTV and digital video testing. The company will also highlight new IPTV-related features to the DTS-330 and NetComplete VoIP for cable operators.
New capabilities for the NetComplete digital and IP video service monitoring application and DTS-330/200 IPTV include the ability to provide round-the-clock, simultaneous monitoring of more than 250 video streams, as well as test access coverage at all points in the network relevant to delivering video service. The system works with the DTS-200 and DTS-330 digital video analyzers. It also monitors many interfaces and streams, including GigE, ASI, QAM, QPSK, 8VSB and COFDM.
Also at the JDSU Stand is NetComplete VoIP, an integrated, comprehensive system that proactively monitors and troubleshoots quality of service issues for VoIP services delivered over hybrid fiber coaxial, cable modem termination system and IP network environments. It also performs real-time mean opinion score analysis of thousands of simultaneous customer calls and correlates that to RF performance.
The company will also highlight its DSAM-6000, a platform extension of the DSAM series integrated with JDSU's Stealth SweepT technology; and Test-Um, which is JDSU's answer to cable network operators deploying broadband triple-play test solutions that extend from the core network into the home.
JDSU will be in Stand 1.215.
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