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Pixelmetrix at SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 2010: Presenting IP Headend and Viewer Experience Monitoring Solutions

by david.nunes

Pixelmetrix presents its IP Headend and Viewer Experience Monitoring Solutions at SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 2010

New Orleans, October 20, 2010 – Pixelmetrix, the global expert in Preventive Monitoring for digital television and IPTV networks, displays its IP Headend and Viewer Experience Monitoring Solutions at the SCTE Cable-Tec Expo, Booth 2101.  Products on demo include the Electronic Couch Potato™ (ECP) for Remote Viewer Quality Monitoring, DVStation-Mini² QAM for HFC Last Mile Monitoring and DVStation-IP³ for IP Headend Monitoring.

The ECP connects after the Set Top Box (STB) and provides feedback on various service quality parameters to a central site.  It can emulate an end-user changing channels on a STB via a built-in infrared (IR) transmitter.  Service plan verification, channel switching and multiple measurements on service quality for each channel reported to a central management console, give service providers valuable insight into the viewer experience and confirms the availability of subscribed-to channels.

The DVStation- IP³, a one-stop monitoring engine for IP and Transport Stream Analysis, allows for detailed service visualization and IP Headend Output verification for IPTV networks.  Features include H.264 SD and HD video support, video thumbnails with all service attributes as well as freeze frame, blackout and audio loss detection.

The DVStation-Mini² QAM monitors EdgeQAM and SDV delivery networks for RF fidelity and TS integrity, provides service line-up checks based on NIT contents and consolidate alarms to an NMS, among other features, making it an ideal operational debugging tool.  It can adapt to changing conditions in the operating environment with the NIT information and EIS-MuxConfig interface.

Pixelmetrix develops a host of IPTV and Preventive Monitoring systems that offer unique attributes and versatility, allowing operators to achieve end-to-end visibility and keep tabs on their network architecture.

The SCTE Cable-Tec Expo is held from October 20 to 22 at the Ernest N Morial Convention Center.

Marcom contact:

Sharifah Ahmad

Pixelmetrix Corporation

Tel: +65 6547 4935

About Pixelmetrix Corporation

Pixelmetrix Corporation is the global expert in Preventive Monitoring for digital, cable and IPTV networks.  The company provides equipment and network intelligence systems to television broadcasters for the management and monitoring of quality of service and quality of experience.  Headquartered in Singapore, Pixelmetrix has offices in the United States and Europe.

Pixelmetrix suite of quality assurance solutions are featured as the Emmy® Award winning DVStation, DVStation‑Mini, DVStation-Remote, DVStation-Pod, DVStation-IP³, DVStor, IPGen, DVShift, DVProbe-C, DVProbe-S2, DPI Auditor, EndGame, Electronic Couch Potato, ECP Consolidator, Consolidator and ConsolidatorPlus. These are trademarks of Pixelmetrix Corporation.

Pixelmetrix clientele include CNN/Turner Networks, Viacom, Fox, CBS, ESPN, Disney, Univision, Telefutura, HBO, NHK, Japan Telecom, KPBS, NTL, Sky PerfecTV! Japan, British Telecom, Canal+, Towercast, AT&T, Verizon, Telus, NTT, Rai Way, Virgin Media and more.

Pixelmetrix has been conferred the Frost & Sullivan Industrial Technologies Award 2009, C+T Technology Development Award 2009, Engineering & Technology Emmy® Award 2007, Broadcast Engineering publication Pick Hit Award 2005 and 2008, TV Technology publication STAR Awards (Superior Technology Award Recipient) 2000, 2004 and 2007, BIRTV Product of the Year Award 2006, Cable-Satellite/Mediacast Product of the Year Awards 2003 and 2004, as well as the Peter Wayne Award 2000, for Best Design and Innovation.

For more information about Pixelmetrix, visit www.pixelmetrix.com or email queries to info@pixelmetrix.com.

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