Press Release Summary:
Performing monitoring and troubleshooting at network edge, Model DTS MVP-200 helps ensure quality digital video service for cable, broadcast, and terrestrial operators. Test processes at edge include those for Digital Program Insertion, ad splicing, rate shaping, grooming, MPEG remuxing, encryption, and modulation.
Original Press Release:
JDSU Launches Digital Video Service Quality Test Solutions at NAB Show 2008
Introduces DTS MVP-200 MPEG Video Analyzer for Troubleshooting and Monitoring at the Network Edge
MILPITAS, Calif., April 10 /-- JDSU today introduced its latest digital video test solution, the DTS MVP-200, a dynamic new MPEG video analyzer that performs monitoring and troubleshooting functions at the network edge. The product helps ensure quality digital video service for cable, broadcast and terrestrial operators. JDSU will showcase the DTS MVP-200 at the NAB Show in Las Vegas (April 14-17, booth # SU7226) along with four other DTS enhancements for digital video quality, and the demonstration of a new automated content verification system for file-based video and workflows.
"JDSU is delivering digital video test solutions that enable some of the broadcast industry's most critical requirements, including addressable advertising, digital program insertion (DPI), switched digital video and edge resource management," said John Govert, vice president, JDSU's Communications Test and Measurement, Service Assurance Solutions product group. "JDSU simplifies the complexity of digital video service delivery with solutions that enable network operators to manage the technical processes at the network edge necessary for video quality."
These test processes at the edge include those for Digital Program Insertion (DPI), ad splicing, rate shaping, grooming, MPEG remuxing, encryption and modulation.
In addition to the DTS MVP-200, JDSU's DTS product line now features four new advanced digital service test capabilities, including:
-- IGMPv3 support, which enables video technicians to rapidly access any program for testing by directly connecting them to a media switch
-- GigE and QAM Channel Scanning to let users automate the process of monitoring the performance of video against MPEG compliances
-- SNMP for real-time alarming for heightened awareness of the condition of video quality
-- MS-RTP to allow users to recognize, parse and display MPEG streams embedded in a Microsoft RTP1.1 stream
JDSU also announced today that it now offers the Baton Automated Content Verification System by Interra Systems. Extending JDSU's video monitoring to the verification of content itself, the Baton software solution ensures quality video and audio at the content level and easily plugs into existing systems and workflow solutions.
More on the DTS product line:
The JDSU DTS-330 and the DTS-200 are established video test solutions among prominent equipment manufacturers and video network operators around the world. Popular for performing exceptional depth of analysis and accuracy, the DTS products have been empowering the video industry for over a decade. With proven success supporting emerging technologies like MPEG-4 AVC, video over IP and broadband, the DTS continues to hold a leadership position in monitoring and troubleshooting digital video in networks of many varieties, including cable, broadcast, IP, and terrestrial.
JDSU (Nasdaq: JDSU; and TSX: JDU) enables broadband and optical innovation in the communications, commercial and consumer markets. JDSU is the leading provider of communications test and measurement solutions and optical products for telecommunications service providers, cable operators, and network equipment manufacturers. JDSU is also a leading provider of innovative optical solutions for medical/environmental instrumentation, semiconductor processing, display, brand authentication, aerospace and defense, and decorative applications. More information is available at http://www.jdsu.com/.
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