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Sweden’s Agama working on Mediaroom monitoring solution

Swedish quality assurance specialist Agama Technologies has become an official Microsoft Mediaroom ecosystem partner and revealed plans to launch a Mediaroom edition of its complete end-to-end digital TV monitoring solution at the IBC 2012 trade show which kicks off in Amsterdam early next month.

The Agama DTV Monitoring Solution is a full-coverage product suite for continuous and real-time monitoring and quality assurance of all forms of video delivery, from service creation to consumption, and integrates powerful presentation, aggregation, reporting and alarming functionality.

By integrating with the Mediaroom platform, the Agama solution provides operators with end-to-end visibility from head-end to home, offering a detailed understanding of the service quality across the delivery network, and can generate reports comparing services, regions, DSLAMs and other infrastructure parts.

“Parts of our solution have already been deployed for a few years in Mediaroom environments with several operators, primarily to monitor in head-ends and post A-server network locations, but now we take the next step and enable these operators to benefit from our full end-to-end solution,” commented Mikael Dahlgren, CEO at Agama Technologies.

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