Juniper Networks is introducing an integrated video monitoring and analysis solution – the StreamScope eRM – for its M and MX series routers that enables operators to perform deep, app-layer video stream quality monitoring within the edge routing infrastructure.

According to the company, the new technology improves performance and scale and can lower TCO through simplified network design and operations, with increased power and space efficiency. StreamScope eRM also eliminates the need for video monitoring-specific appliances.

Because StreamScope eRMs can be integrated into existing Juniper routers, customers will be able to use deployed M and MX Series platforms to deliver integrated video monitoring and analysis capabilities. And the offering builds upon the technology of Triveni Digital.

“Video monitoring is an increasingly critical capability for cable operators and IPTV and wireless providers, as customer expectations for high-quality video entertainment continue to grow,” said Manoj Leelanivas, SVP and GM of the Edge Aggregation Business Unit at Juniper. “By increasing the scalability, performance and efficiency of video monitoring and driving down TCO, StreamScope eRM raises the bar for video assurance solutions and is a powerful testament to the open innovation fostered by our Partner Solution Development Platform.”

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