Inca Offers IP Video Monitoring

June 6, 2014
Inca Networks has announced the general availability of its All Seeing Eye (ASE) 5420, an IP video monitoring platform for digital cable and ...
Inca Networks has announced the general availability of its All Seeing Eye (ASE) 5420, an IP video monitoring platform for digital cable and IPTV operators. Leveraging the embedded status monitoring, the ASE is intended to provide operators with an interactive mosaic view of all video streams in the video headend, as well as live statistics, alarms and interactive reporting.

It's designed to be used interactively by the engineering team or passively on a wall mounted display by customer service. The ASE is built on VidiOS, Inca's IP video processing and monitoring engine. Features include video thumbnails for all local and remote channels, live stream captures, payload analysis, alarm rollups and centralized management of IP video equipment. It supports HD and SD MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 AVC video streams.

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