Croatia’s leading cable operator B.net has signed chosen quality assurance specialist Agama Technologies to provide its embedded monitoring system for B.net’s end-to-end cable TV service distribution.
Telekom Austria/Vipnet-backed B.net operates a modern HFC network infrastructure in Croatia’s main cities, and offers telephony, broadband and TV services with a focus on the residential customer segment. The company is extending its existing Agama installation with embedded set-top box monitoring for end-point video service quality assurance. The business and implementation are conducted in partnership with regional systems integrator CS Computer Systems.
With the extension, Agama Analysers across B.net’s network have been complemented with the Agama Embedded Monitoring Solution, integrated with the hybrid IP/DVB-C Albis SceneGate 8100 set-top boxes to perform monitoring of service QoE, QoS, usage, and system health for each device. “By building out our Agama quality monitoring solution, to reach from the headend site all the way to the point of actual service consumption, we will have complete transparency of the delivered service quality throughout the end-to-end distribution,” said Adrian JeÏina, member of the board for multimedia, cloud and fixed access, multimedia and fixed access at Vipnet.
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