JDSU introduced its Digital and IP Video Service Monitoring System

April 18, 2006

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MILPITAS, Calif. -- JDSU today introduced its Digital and IP Video Service Monitoring System, the first digital and IP video monitoring system on the market with the ability to not only provide round-the-clock, simultaneous monitoring of more than two hundred and fifty video streams, but also to test access coverage at all points in the network relevant to delivering video service with exceptional quality of service (QoS). It also monitors the most interfaces and streams in the industry, including GigE, ASI, QAM, QPSK, 8VSB and COFDM. The new system’s combined test features give operators a distinct advantage for the deployment of advanced video services such as Internet Protocol Television (IPTV), digital terrestrial television (DTTV), satellite television and digital cable television (CATV) services with reliability and efficiency.

Leveraging the unmatched depth and accuracy of digital video measurements from JDSU’s industry-leading digital video test technology, the Digital and IP Video Service Monitoring System gives operators the ability to receive precise analysis of their service and to detect any problems in any part of the network from a remote location, all with ease-of-use, from the ingress to the network edge. A comprehensive suite with solutions that touch the network’s entire lifecycle, the system also addresses every deployment phase, from initial design, through network element (NE) deployment and service provisioning to service assurance and troubleshooting. This means that, unlike at any other time, operators can now perform these functions for incoming and outgoing digital video signals.

JDSU will have its portfolio of digital and IP video test solutions on display at NAB 2006, April 24 – 30, Las Vegas, booth number SU 4201.

“JDSU is proud to launch an industry first at NAB 2006,” said Kevin Oliver, vice president of marketing for the Cable Networks business unit of JDSU’s Test and Measurement Group. “With the introduction of the new Digital and IP Video Service Monitoring System, the entire transmission of digital and IP video can be managed, monitored and analyzed in real-time from the moment it enters the network all the way to the edge.”

“With the ability to quickly isolate faults and conduct timely analysis, our system provides invaluable visibility into digital traffic,” added Oliver. “This gives our customers confidence in the success of their service delivery and allows them to significantly increase their operating efficiency and reduce false field dispatches.”

JDSU (Nasdaq: JDSU; Toronto: JDU)

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