Sunrise Telecom Launches packetWORX IPTV Test and Monitoring Suite

March 27, 2012. Sunrise Telecom, a provider of test, monitoring, and workflow-management tools for cable and telecom companies, wireless operators, and equipment manufacturers, has expanded its portfolio of network test and measurement offerings with the launch of the packetWORX IPTV Suite.

The Sunrise Telecom packetWORX Suite, which includes the server-based packetWORX IPTV monitoring system and packetWORX IPTV analyzer application for premises troubleshooting, enables system operators to quickly and easily install, maintain, and troubleshoot IPTV networks, increasing the efficiency of field technicians and reducing operating expenses.

“As the increase in demand for IP-based video among businesses and consumers grows, it is incumbent upon system operators to provide network infrastructures that maximize the quality and reliability of video traffic,” explained Abish Ghimire, product manager at Sunrise Telecom.  “packetWORX enables operators to deploy and maintain network infrastructures which meet the stringent quality and reliability demands of IPTV services.”

The client-server based packetWORX IPTV monitor provides 24×7 monitoring of IPTV networks to detect and correct problems before customer quality of experience (QoE) is impacted. packetWORX utilizes deep packet inspection allowing service providers to pinpoint the root cause of problems affecting the delivery of IPTV services. Providers can set up automatic monitoring for up to 500 channels with pass/fail results.

packetWORX IPTV analyzer supports the installation and troubleshooting of IPTV at the customer premises. Technicians can test all channels with pass/fail results and get go/no-go results within seconds.  Comprehensive video and transport stream statistics provide in-depth detail to determine the root cause of problems. Field technicians can troubleshoot issues in minutes and obtain a full report for the trouble ticket.

www.sunrisetelecom.com/packetWORX

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