BUILDING AND MONITORING NEXT-GENERATION VIDEO TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURES
Broadcasters building the infrastructure of tomorrow need to accommodate dynamic, flexible connections involving thousands of parameters such as IP addresses, node bandwidth capacities, and equipment firmware levels. Much of this detail should be hidden while making critical real-time information readily available. In addition, next-generation infrastructures are rarely created from a blank slate. More often than not, the new must interoperate with existing infrastructures and deliver services over a lengthy transition period. This can make it difficult to monitor QoS and ensure end-to-end signal protection. In addition, traditional monitoring tools oriented toward the network infrastructure rather than video transport services increase the difficulty in delivering high QoS. This paper explores how the right monitoring technology and managed connectivity can offer solutions to these challenges and help maximize legacy networks.
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