As customers demand increasing flexibility to receive video services anywhere and anytime with the best possible
quality of service, cable operators of all types have deployed IP next-generation networks, which provide new levels
of scalability, flexibility and fault resilience, while acting as a platform for the rapid deployment of new video services.
Operators will be challenged with monitoring and troubleshooting the growing number of video flows across these
dynamic IP networks. A single lost IP packet can create visible artifacts on a large number of television screens,
promoting the need for a new approach to video quality monitoring.
A new set of technologies can be used to ensure high-quality transmission of video across an IP network, using
network-centric and service-centric views. This new, integrated solution – bridging the gap between “IP engineers”
and “video engineers” – enables cable operators to precisely isolate and rapidly resolve video issues, while providing
a common reference for diverse operational groups that will reduce the duration of impairments and consequently
reduce subscriber support calls.
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