Quality assurance technology outfit Agama Technologies, has introduced remote PHY monitoring for next generation cable services. The capability will be showcased at IBC in September.
The remote PHY architecture for cable networks has been heavily embraced by the industry and operators.
Agama has added remote PHY monitoring capabilities to the Agama Analyzer to give insight into the DEPI streams, from the CCAP core towards the remote PHY, ensuring that any issues in stream or content integrity can be detected.
The new Analyzer probe offers metrics of the DEPI layer, as well as analytics and insight into the video streams transported in the DEPI tunnel, enabling correlation of video performance before and after the CCAP Core, according to Agama.
The DEPI Analyzer probes are already deployed with technology vendors and in live customer cases, according ot the comapny.
Agama will showcase the new remote PHY monitoring capability at IBC2018, September 14-18, in Amsterdam.
“We are proud to introduce the first remote PHY video monitoring solution on the market, with the new DEPI add-on functionality in the Agama Analyzer probe product family. This offers full transparency of the video traffic, from the CCAP core to the remote PHY device, for next generation cable services”, says Johan Görsjö, director of product management at Agama Technologies.
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