The 9.0 release of its flagship DataMiner network management and OSS platform will be presented by Skyline Communications at IBC.
Visitors will be able to see how DataMiner provides end-to-end visibility from the content source, across the network, all the way down to millions of CPE and in-home devices.
DataMiner provides unified control, monitoring and workflow automation across all devices, data centre infrastructure, cloud OS, virtualised software functions and CPE devices regardless of vendor or model.
Commenting on DataMiner, Steven Soenens, product marketing director at Skyline Communications, said: “DataMiner has been announced as 2015 CSI awards finalist for ‘Best monitoring or network management solution’. And with the new 9.0 release, DataMiner will drastically change the NMS/OSS landscape, bringing a vast array of revolutionary features.
“This is real innovation at work: DataMiner’s new and bullet-proof resource and session management across satellite, fibre and cloud infrastructures is essential to the operation of any modern network. DataMiner is unique in its kind, enabling the operator to set up end-to-end media workflows across any technology, from any vendor, ensuring the most effective use of any resource in the network at any time.”
Skyline Communications will also demonstrate several other innovations at IBC including confidence monitoring using hardware and software defined monitoring probes: digital head end management for linear and OTT streaming; Master Control Room (MCR) management with single-click studio configuration; satellite earth station management including redundancy and geo-diversity; fibre MPLS and SDH network management; and automated trouble ticketing (OSS).