BEDFORD, Mass., March 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Aware, Inc. (Nasdaq: AWRE), a leading provider of DSL test solutions, today announced that it will demonstrate several enhanced software modules for its Dr. DSL Line Diagnostics Platform (LDP) in its exhibition stand at the upcoming IP&TV World Forum which will take place in London from March 22-24, 2011. The modules to be demonstrated include LDP's DSL Service Predictor and Health Monitor.
"IPTV services generate the highest average revenue per user (ARPU) for operators while also being the most costly to deploy and maintain," said Peter LeBlanc, Vice President at Aware. "LDP's enhanced diagnostics software gives operators a cost-effective means to expand their IPTV serving area, reduce operational costs, and ensure a high-quality customer experience."
DSL Service Predictor is a software tool that automatically determines which DSL lines are capable of supporting high-bandwidth IPTV services. DSL Service Predictor computes the DSL line's IPTV eligibility by collecting and interpreting standard-compliant single-ended (SELT) or dual-ended (DELT) measurements from installed access elements such as DSLAMs and modems. IPTV operators can use DSL Service Predictor to expand their IPTV coverage area or to evaluate the return-on-investment of upgrading from ADSL2+ to VDSL2 equipment.
DSL Health Monitor enhances the IPTV end-customer's quality of experience (QoE) by detecting emerging problems in the operator's DSL network or within the customer's premises before they deteriorate into service interruptions. DSL Health Monitor analyzes the health of IPTV lines against the operator's DSL performance thresholds and lines with low health scores are automatically identified for proactive troubleshooting.
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