JDSU to demo new digital video test solution at NAB

Thu, 04/10/2008 - 8:58am
Traci Patterson

JDSU has introduced the DTS MVP-200, a new digital video test solution and MPEG video analyzer that monitors and troubleshoots at the network edge.

The product helps ensure quality digital video service for cable, broadcast and terrestrial operators, the company said.

JDSU will showcase the DTS MVP-200 at the NAB Show 2008, being held April 14-17 in Las Vegas. JDSU will also demo four other DTS enhancements for digital video quality, as well as 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, switched digital video and edge resource management," said John Govert, VP of 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, JDSU said.

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