Triveni Digital has partnered with Electroline to produce a comprehensive video quality assurance solution and management system.
Triveni Digital’s StreamScope DMS enables centralized management and monitoring of a large number of Electroline digital video and network monitor (DVM) systems, thereby empowering service providers to troubleshoot issues in their network distribution system and reduce expensive service truck rolls.
“Our StreamScope DMS pairs with Electroline's DVM systems to take monitoring beyond the headend or hub,” said Ralph Bachofen, Triveni Digital’s vice president of sales and head of marketing. “As a result, our joint customers can be even more proactive in addressing the signal or network issues that can threaten the viewer's quality of experience and, in turn, overall customer satisfaction,” he said.
The Electroline DVM 7500 helps users to determine whether a network anomaly is in the HFC segment of the distribution plant or if it’s caused by a source farther upstream. That information enables operators to optimize maintenance engineering staff efficiencies, reduce time to repair, and ultimately maximize the QoS for subscribers.
Because a DVM can monitor many transport streams simultaneously, the cost per channel to monitor is very low, and the StreamScope DMS operates in concert with a collection of DVM units to enable fault detection and isolation closer to the end customer.