Agama said that the integration with the RDK pre-integrated software solution will further broaden the applicability of its assurance and analytics solution to RDK powered set-top boxes and extend its footprint to a growing number of RDK-powered devices.
“Integrating video service assurance solutions onto the RDK software stack will help operators to leverage RDK-based CPE and performance data for continuous service quality monitoring,” said Jason Briggs, senior director of strategic development, RDK Management.
“This is another example of how progressive technology companies are innovating with the RDK. We are pleased to welcome Agama into the RDK community.”
Johan Görsjö, director of product management at Agama Technologies, said: “We are looking forward to work with the growing RDK community, and to extend the customer experience and network analytics capabilities available for the RDK platform.”
The RDK software provides a common framework for powering customer-premises equipment (CPEs) from TV and Internet service providers, including set-top boxes, gateways, and converged devices. Agama’s client device monitoring and analytics solution processes real-time telemetry from many types of CPEs such as STBs, phones, tablets and smart TVs.
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